Artists + Machine Intelligence (AMI) Research Awardees

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Previous years:

Vivek Bald and Kat Cizek, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Watermarking AI: A Solution As Old As Paper

Paul Messier, Yale University, in collaboration with University of Arizona
Seeing at Scale: Machine Vision Methods for Modeling Material Affinities in Photographs by Lola Álvarez Bravo and Tina Modotti

Naeem Mohaiemen, Columbia University
AI Radiance: Global South Ethics, Regional Solutions, Machine Learning

Charlotte Kent, Montclair State University
Arts, Agency and Automation

Amanda Wasielewski, Uppsala University
Designed to Deceive? Generative AI in Photography and Visual Culture

Chris Detweiler, The Hague University

Mariana Quintero, Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC)

Peter B. Reiner, University of British Columbia
In collaboration with Imre Bárd, London School of Economics and Political Science, and Ambrus Deák, The Los Angeles Film School.

Richard The, Parsons School of Design, The New School

Mimi Yin and Pamela Pietro, New York University
In collaboration with NiNi Dongnier, Tiriree Kananuruk, Alexx Shilling, Nuntinee Tansrisakul and Yuguang Zhang

Daniel Cardoso Llach, Ph.D. Carnegie Mellon University
In collaboration with Dr. Jean Oh, Carnegie Mellon University. Rethinking AI and Automation in Architecture

Frederic Fol Leymarie, Goldsmiths, University of London
In collaboration with Dr. Daniel Berio and Xiaobo Fu, Goldsmiths, University of London. Movement-centric calligraphy and graffiti generation

Jennifer Chen, Southern California Institute of Architecture
Views of Planet City: Pale Blue Dot Mk2

Michael Rau, Stanford University
Digital Performers using AI

Tegan Maharaj, University of Toronto
In collaboration with the Cambridge Centre for the Study of Existential Risk. Explorisk: Visualizing Risk-Mitigation Scenarios

Anab Jain, University of Applied Arts Vienna
In collaboration with Matthew Plummer-Fernandez Collaborative World Building with AI

Beth Coleman, University of Toronto
Speculative AI: Octavia Butler and Other Possible Worlds

Matthew Yee-King, Goldsmiths, University of London; Louis McCallum, University of the Arts, London
Network Bending Differentiable Digital Signal Processing (DDSP)

Mercedes Bunz, King’s College London; Eva Jäger, Serpentine Galleries
Tools that Make Meaning

Mimi Zeiger, Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc); Casey Rehm, SCI-Arc
Backyard Home Data Explorer: AI and The Future of Housing

Ciira Maina, Dedan Kimathi University of Technology
Acoustic monitoring of ecosystems in Kenya

Joshua Trees, Royal College of Art
In collaboration with Yvan Martinez and Krister Olsson Public Foundry

Rebecca Allen, University of California, Los Angeles

Tivon Rice, University of Washington
Models for Environmental Literacy

Benjamin Bratton, Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc); Casey Rehm, Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc)
How Cities See: Machine Sensing and Cognition at an Urban Scale

Casey Reas, University of California, Los Angeles
Expanded Cinema

Lauren McCarthy, University of California, Los Angeles

Rebecca Fiebrink, Goldsmiths, University of London; Phoenix Perry, Goldsmiths, University of London
Building interactive machine learning tools for game developers

Casey Reas, University of California, Los Angeles
Expanded Cinema

Golan Levin, Carnegie Mellon University
Extreme Hand Tracking for Audiovisual Virtual Reality