Can technology and data support empowerment? Data at the Crossroads panelists reflect on algorithmic decision making in design and planning and how human experiences translate into data. This event includes researchers from SCI-Arc, the Institute for Housing Studies, and Google AMI. It features projects that deploy machine learning and data analysis in relation to land use and dwelling types, aid policymakers’ ability to forsee displacement, and develop new materials for low-income housing. Panelist for this program include: critic, editor, and curator, Mimi Zeiger; designer and algorithmic consultant, M. Casey Rehm; Senior Research Associate at SCI-Arc, Masha Hupalo; and Executive Director of the Institute for Housing Studies at DePaul University, Geoff Smith.
This program is presented in partnership with Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc).
Chicago Architecture Biennial's InDialogue Series is supported by Hindman Auctions.