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Low Carbon Climate Cookbook
Combining AI technology and authentic Asian cuisine, this project will develop an AI-driven, web-based low carbon recipe maker and cookbook. It also explores the notion of authenticity in the context of food and AI.
DIRECTION OF EXPERIMENTATION
#explainable AI #sociality of AI #prescriptive AI #WebApp #open source
Ling Tan + Studio Other Spaces + KU Leuven Institutes+ Gluon
Ling Tan is an award-winning designer and artist working within the field of social engagement, technology, citizen participation and politics. Originally trained as an architect, her work explores citizens’ interaction with the built environment through technology, and our collective agency and responsibility in tackling complex issues surrounding our cities.
She works with diverse communities across the UK and internationally to develop participatory projects of different scales, ranging from interactive installations,
performances to pop-up architecture that help them make sense of their environments, express opinions in a playful and performative way, and collectively address issues including public safety, air quality, climate change and gender safety. She designs interfaces, fabricates hardware and develops software for her work, ranging from wearable technology, interactive installations and performances to web platforms, mobile phone apps and Internet of Things (IoT) tools.
Ling is currently an Associate Artistic Director at Kakilang and a Senior Design Lead & Creative Technologist at Umbrellium. She is also a frequent panellist and public speaker on urban technology issues and citizen participation. Her work is exhibited internationally in places such as Centre Pompidou (France), Victoria and Albert Museum (UK), Barbican (UK), Somerset House (UK), HeK (Switzerland), Liljevalchs (Sweden), Zebrastraat (Belgium),
Zollverein (Germany), Fukuoka City Science Museum (Japan), Wits Art Museum (South Africa), and featured in magazines and websites across the globe such as Dezeen, Wired and Fast Company.