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EDUCATE: The world’s first AI designer.

We’ve decided to take a rather optimistic stance on AI technology, recognising its potential to enhance and streamline the work of the human artist rather than hinder it. After all, the raw creativity that flows from the human mind can never be truly replicated. So, when Studio Snoop unveiled the world’s first ever AI-powered designer at Milan Design Week, we were genuinely awed. Appearing as a digital figure on the large screen, Tilly Talbot is an “innovation designer” who collaborates seamlessly with her human counterparts to produce a collection of fine ‘Bahau-AI’ pieces – and they’re pretty damn gorgeous. Tilly is programmed with the studio’s core values, focusing on human-centred design choices and sustainable ideologies. She’ll even call out her human collaborators if they opt for a material that isn’t eco-friendly. Her presence at Milan Design Week signifies a harmonious blend of AI and human creativity, offering exciting possibilities for the world of design.

Visitors of the exhibition were invited to provide constructive criticism, engaging with Tilly in a ChatGPT-like dialogue as they wandered around the space. While many inquired about AI’s impact on creative industries, Studio Snoop’s founder, Amanda Talbot, deems the experiment a success. She believes that knowledge empowers us to embrace and participate in AI’s evolving landscape, and that in spite of fear, it’s an incredibly exciting time to be part of the design industry. This sentiment resonates with Zaha Hadid Architects, who actively employ AI in their design process, proving that a harmonious partnership between humans and AI holds the key to unlocking vast creative potential.

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