A Researcher and Designer based in New York City.
In his research he experiments with new methods that help us to imagine how today’s technologies will evolve tomorrow.
A whitepaper that identifies new frictions around the increasing accuracy of future recommender systems.
Creating a fictitious NYC department to explore the role of future cities to also cater to the downsides of 24/7 connectivity in public space.
Unvovering the messy ‘on the ground’ realities behind contemporary smart city visions.
A workshop that explores the role of privacy in future generation of cars through a series of add-on functions.
An ongoing essay series that explores some of the everyday complexities that may occur when today’s emerging technologies become tomorrow’s reality.
Creating new methods that make us think differently about the future implications of technology.
n MFA class that explores the ethical implication of today’s emerging technologies from AI to DNA editing to synthetic biology.
A MFA class in that students observe each other through their own personal data to inspire scenarios that highlight the future role of our personal data.
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