Images created by David Ha using Stable Diffusion.
This seminar welcomes David Ha, the Head of Strategy at Stability AI. Stability AI has attracted worldwide attention by releasing text-to-image generative AI, Stable Diffusion, as open source. This seminar will focus on broader topics about collective intelligence and creative AI. You are all invited！
本セミナーでは、Stability AIの戦略責任者を務めるDavid Ha氏をお迎えします。Stability AIは、画像生成AI「Stable Diffusion」をオープンソースで公開したことで、世界的な注目を集めています。本講演はより広い視点から、集合的知性と創造的AIについてお話いただきます。ぜひご参加下さい！
|Title||Collective Intelligence and Creative AI: A framework for augmenting creative human expression|
The Head of Strategy at Stability AI
15:00-16:00 JST (UTC+9), March 1 (Wednesday), 2023
Talk (30 minutes) + Discussion (30 minutes)
Registration is required for sending you the Zoom link.
|Bio||David Ha is the Head of Strategy at Stability AI. He previously worked as a Research Scientist at Google, working in the Brain team in Japan. His research interests include complex systems, self-organization, and creative applications of machine learning. Prior to joining Google, He worked at Goldman Sachs as a Managing Director, where he co-ran the fixed-income trading business in Japan. He obtained undergraduate and masters degrees from the University of Toronto, and a PhD from the University of Tokyo.|
You are all invited, free of charge. Registration in advance is required using the following form.
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This event is organized by ROIS-DS Center for Open Data in the Humanities (CODH), and co-organized by Technical Committee, Japan Society for Digital Archive.
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