The Futurity team will show you how they use generative AI to create visions of the future in inTENSE magazine.
Join us for an enlightening session with Auny Moons, a seasoned creative coder and digital artist with over 8 years of experience in the videogame industry. We will focus on how generative image AIs like Midjourney, Dall-E, and Stable Diffusion work, shedding light on the inner workings and real-world applications of these technologies.
Creative Director Magda Mojsiejuk will present how Futurity Systems uses GenAI in creating new visions for future scenarios in inTENSE magazine, to get stock photos of people, products, and events ten or twenty years into the future. She’ll show you how to change your thinking to better prompt the tools, and understand how to talk to machines to get your desired results.
Don’t miss this opportunity to expand your understanding of generative AI and its practical applications. Register now to secure your spot!
- Understand how image generators came to be (how research led to diffusion algorithms)
- Understand what they actually do (they are not sentient creative beings, so how are they so “creative’?)
- How to change your thinking to better prompt and get results you want
- Clarify misconceptions people have about Generative AI
- Talk about the different real-world applications
- Explain inTENSE magazine, an example of science-based visions of positive futures, created by human-machine collaborative creativity
With a diverse skill set in game development at ALPHA, Auny Moons has become a notable figure for crafting unique gaming experiences that have applications in multiple sectors, such as healthcare and education. Their expertise ranges from UI/UX design to AI integration and real-time graphics rendering. Auny’s contributions to ALPHA have been vital in leading projects that not only captivate gamers but also find utility in various industries.
Magda is the Lead Artifact Designer and Creative Director at Futurity Systems, a consultancy based in Barcelona that provides Futures-as-a-Service. She creates prototypes for future products and services, and recently initiated inTENSE, the speculative lifestyle magazine from 2030 and beyond.
With a background in industrial design and set design, her work has been showcased and awarded at design festivals around the globe. In collaboration with Warsaw-based Studio Prognoza, she has also created unique food experiences aimed at democratizing conversations about our common futures of growing, preparing, and enjoying everything we eat.