Technology Trends that Shape the Future of Making Things

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Technology Trends that Shape the Future of Making Things

Time: February 22, 2018 from 5:30pm to 8pm
Location: Spring Studio
Street: 201 Mission St
City/Town: San Francisco
Website or Map: https://www.meetup.com/SF-Des…
Event Type: talk
Organized By: Greg Morantz
Latest Activity: Feb 14, 2018

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Technological progress seems unstoppable in this vivid period of our lives: it gives us an almost unsettling feeling that we can't quite catch up with it! However, the progress and convergences of several technology trends brings many new opportunities to tackle old challenges and revolutionize the way we used to design, collaborate, make, and experience products and spaces.

Join Tatjana Dzambazova at our February Meetup as she guides through some of the key technology trends that are shaping the future of making things.

It’s the story of the age of infinite computing, big data, iot, generative design, additive manufacturing, contextual computing, machine learning and artificial intelligence.

Come learn about the possibilities!

Speaker Bio:
Tatjana Dzambazova
AI strategist, Office of CTO, Autodesk

Tatjana Dzambazova spent the first decade of her career working as a trained architect and in the design industry in Vienna and London. Fascinated by the impact that technology has on our lives, she decided to continue her career in the digital design technology world, and she has been working for Autodesk for the last 16 years.

She was Autodesk’s first product manager for Revit and one of the pioneer evangelist of the BIM approach, and in the wake of the Maker movement, she was one of the founders of consumer group (123D line of products, promoting 3D printing and the Maker movement in its very early days) acting as product manager and business development in the early days of the group. Up until last year, she focused her efforts on the development of cutting edge tools in the area of Reality Solutions for Autodesk including ReMake and ReCap (https://www.autodesk.com/products/recap/overview), democratizing novel approaches in domains such as digital conservation and preservation of cultural heritage, arts and natural sciences. This work was extended with her leading and acting as the Autodesk producer of the Smithsonian-Autodesk collaborative project, 'Smithsonian 3D Explorer', (interactive web/mobile/VR experience) and acting as technology consultant of many customer initiatives such as AfricanFossils.org (http://africanfossils.org/), DigitalLife3D (http://digitallife3d.org/), TheHydro.us etc. Tatjana’s current role is AI strategy, in the newly formed Autodesk AI lab in the Office of the CTO, looking at opportunities to bring new experiences and apply machine learning and AI to the world of design, construction and making.

Tatjana is a passionate technology speaker, some of her notable talks involve TEDx ‘The Future of our past’ http://tinyurl.com/kctwevw , the short film for the FoST 2015 Future of storytelling conference: https://futureofstorytelling.org/video/tatjana-dzambazova-recreating-realityas well as many industry specific talks in a range of domains.

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