AI Art Round Table
A follow up discussion about generative AI art. Topics will touch on wider implications of the technology for artists both casual and professional, as well as some speculation about the future of these technologies.
J. Rosenbaum is an artist exploring the boundaries of technology and art. Their most recent works examine the nature of non-binary transness and their own gender and sexuality. They create technologically based art using physics based rendering, Deep Neural Networks and Augmented Reality. They are continuing their research into computer perceptions of gender with their PhD at RMIT.
Shane currently works as a level designer at Hipster Whale, but over his decade and a half long career in games has worked as everything from artist to QA to designer to teacher, and before that spent years modding various games for fun. In his spare time he also makes solo project games under the moniker Game Waffle (formerly Toast Games).
Lilly Ryan is a digital security consultant, digital rights activist, and games enthusiast based in Melbourne Australia. She was one of the founding organisers of Technically Games in 2020, and rejoins the conference this year as a panel discussion facilitator.