Estas son algunas de las cosas que mencioné en mi presentación en la Universidad de Málaga en la III Jornadas de Orientación Profesional y Fomento del Emprendimiento el 21 de mayo de 2022.
Hi! It's Nono. Here are links to some of the things I mentioned in my guest lecture at the Master's Degree in Parametric Design in Architecture (MPDA) at UPC Barcelona, invited by Pau de Sola-Morales on April 29, 2021.
Hi! It's Nono.
Here are links to some of the things I mentioned in my guest lecture at CAAD Futures on July 16, 2021. =)
Hi! It's Nono. Here are links to some of the things I mentioned in my guest lecture at the Enactive Design class, taught by Jose Luis García del Castillo y López on April 8, 2021.
Hi! It's Nono. Here are links to some of the things I mentioned in my guest lecture at Columbia GSAPP's Architectural Drawing and Representation 2 class (ADR2), taught by Dan Taeyoung, Lexi Tsien-Shiang, Lorenzo Villaggi, and Violet Whitney on April 6, 2021.
Notes for my Four Laws for AI in Architecture: How Can Architects Prepare for Machine Intelligence? talk at AIAU on Thursday, February 4, 2021.
I had a blast giving a guest lecture at the Harvard Graduate School of Design back in October, invited by Jose Luis Garcia del Castillo. (Watch on YouTube.)
In this guest lecture, Nono Martínez Alonso discusses his work on developing intuitive interfaces for creative communities, and how the collaboration between human and artificial intelligences can enhance the design process like, for example, with suggestive drawing. Recorded on 2019.10.30.
Intuitive is an overused term but it simply means that with the average prior knowledge you have you can, more or less, guess the effects of certain actions. In that case, you don't need a lot of trial and error to figure out the logic of the system. […] I don't think it's a deliberate process, but the trivial thing to say is that "People with similar experience have similar ways of responding to the world and similar ways of interacting with the world." —Panagiotis Michalatos
A talk about machine learning, design, and creativity, at University of Arts Berlin on September 21, 2019, during the Fresh Eyes workshop at the Design Modelling Symposium conference.
This year, the ACADIA conference is taking place at UNAM's Facultad de Arquitectura, Mexico City. As part of the Talk to a Wall workshop, Cristobal Valenzuela (@c_valenzuelab) talked about his work on RunwayML, ml5js, and a lot of what's going on at the moment on the field of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and deep learning.
Along his definition of artificial intelligence, "[The] simulation of intelligent behavior in computers," he shared the following quotes of some of the most relevant researchers of artificial intelligence over the last years.
Models for Thinking, Perception, Action.
—Patrick H. Winston, MIT
Many things can be AI, including simple programming. AI is the automation of thought.
—François Chollet, researcher and author of Keras
A field of study that gives computers the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed.
—Arthur Samuel, MIT. Samuel Checkers, 1957
Here is a list of links related to my talk at Autodesk of Aug 1, 2017. The following projects are my own work.