The workshop Machine Learning for Creatives 2021 will take place online from 24 to 27 February 2021, as part of the project Untouched - ML based spaces to enable citizens’ interactions, which is developed within the Special COVID-19 Call for Projects Grants with Asia - ETH Zürich 2020.
The workshop Machine Learning for Creatives involves a group of students, researchers, Ph.D. students and citizens in the process of ideating and fast releasing prototypes and proofs of concept of untouched interfaces for public spaces. The untouched solutions support interactions in public spaces by avoiding touch and physical contact. A special focus will be given to the evaluation of the cultural and social acceptance in two different countries, Switzerland and South Korea.
The workshop is free of charge and open to a limited number of participants. Are you interested in joining the online workshop? Please read the requirements in the official form
Format: online workshop
Dates: 24-27 February 2020
Language: English / Korean
Requirements: basic programming skills are welcome
Registration fee: free of charge
Schedule: online sessions in the morning + project development + daily update sessions
Aplpication Deadline: 7 February 2021
Places are limited due to the distance format, but everyone is welcome to submit an application.
Confirmation of the admission and instructions on the schedule will be shared by 10 February.
Serena Cangiano, SUPSI LCV FabLab and Master of Arts in Interaction Design
Jae Yeop Kim, Hongik University, iiD Lab
Sook Yeon Kim, Hongik University
Matteo Loglio, SUPSI + oio.studio
Supported by The workshop Machine Learning for Creatives is supported by Hasler Stiftung.
The Untouched Project is developed within the Special COVID-19 Call for Projects Grants with Asia - ETH Zürich 2020.