An event every day that begins at 10:00am, repeating until May 11, 2019
Now in its 4th year, the Conference at the NYIT Auditorium on Broadway is the highlight of our 11-day festival. This year, join us to explore AI and Creativity as we welcome industry experts to our stage to discuss how Artificial Intelligence is impacting the future of creativity.
Our information flow runs broad, deep, and swift, with lightning talks, panels and keynotes by over 40 industry experts and artists, from world-renowned thought leaders to hidden gems.
We’ll hear from AI thought leaders from companies like Snapchat, Adobe, Intel, and IBM and nearly 40 artists and technologists incorporating emerging technologies into their work in AR, VR, theatre, music and art.
Who Should Attend?
This is a conference for anyone who is professionally interested in the crossroads of technology, design, and the arts, with an emphasis this year on how AI is impacting the creative fields. Whether you are senior management in a creative and digital field, a digital creative seeking inspiration and partnerships, a technologist interested in design or experiences, an entrepreneur, consultant or marketer interested in promoting your company using some of the newest interactive techniques, or just a renaissance polymath, you will find so many things to love at CTW2019!
What Can You Expect?
The CTW2019 Conference at NYIT covers AI in images, voice, art, design and theatre, plus immersive installations, experiential marketing, VR and AR, conversations on ethics in AI, making machines creative, the politics of ownership in Ai art, and more. See our speaker line-up below!
Conference Workshop (Free with Badge): Learn Lens Studio by Snapchat – Friday, May 10 – Columbus Circle. Must have conference badge in hand to attend. RSVP link provided upon conference registration. Download the software and bring your laptop to participate.
CTW2019 Speakers – Subject to Change
Noelle LaCharite, Principal PM Manager- Enterprise Voice/Cortana, Microsoft: AI in Everything
Josh Haftel, Principal Product Manager, Adobe: AI in Images
Sarah Vick, Head of Business Development, Intel Studios
AI and Art, the Politics of Creation – Ahmed Elgammel and Danielle Baskin
Making Machines Creative – Scott Draves, Gene Kogan, Kat Mustatea, Mauro Martino.
The Impact of Ethics on AI – Kevin LaGrandeur, NYIT; Susan Epstein, Hunter; Christopher Fry, MIT; Kris Skrinak, Amazon; Shweta Jain, eWitness
RLab’s Future Focus – Dawn Barber, Co-Founder, Creative Tech Week and Adaora Udoji, Director of Corporate Innovation at RLab
Alex Lopez, NYIT: VR for autistic children
Amelia Winger-Bearskin, Artist
Andrew McWilliams, EmoPy: Computer Vision for Expressions
Anne Hiatt, Opera on Tap: Tech in Opera
Brandon Powers, Choreographer and Artist: Frankenstein AI
Carla Gannis, Artist: AI and Humor
Christian Pongratz, Dean of Interdisciplinary Studies, NYIT
Claire Jervert, Artist: Portrait Sittings with Android Robots
Claire Mitchell, VaynerMedia: Content and Creativity in the Age of AI
Cynthia Gayton, Gayton Law: Blockchain, Copyright and Art
Erin Ko, Artist
Gene Kogan, Artist
Hika Nishimae, Future Colossal: A Strategist’s Guide to Impactful Experience Design
Hugh McGrory, Datavized: Making Music from Data
Jacqueline Tsekouras, Snap Inc.: Augmented Reality with Lens Studio
Jeanne Angel, Local Projects: The Making of Experience
Jessalyn Tannedy, CTRL-Labs: Neural Control
John Misak, NYIT: Hamlet in VR
Jonah Brucker-Cohen, Artist
Lily Su, Artist
Matthew Cornelius, Director of Art Media Technology, NYIT
Michal Finegold, Shmonster: Animation App for Kids
Raphael Palefsky-Smith, Artist: Chip Implant in Arm
Ray LC, Artist
Sebastian Oddo, Octagon: AI in sports
Tomas Laurenzo, Artist
Ticket Pricing to Suit Every Budget
Our innovative pricing is based on whether you are paying independently (80% discount) or supported by a corporation (full price). Free for starving artists, email admin at ctw.nyc for a code.