text-to-image software, human-intelligent authorship, AI, aesthetic artificial, Hawkins, interdependent
Architectural Technology | Architecture
This project is an exploration of frames of reference that guide human authorship and how they influence machine output . “Reference frames are [used] to make predictions, create plans, and perform movements.” (Hawkins 131). We guided our exploration under the principle that if we control who authored the frames of reference that the AI receives, then that would influence the output of the machine. However, we began to question to what degree we need to control the machine in order to have a valuable output –is human-intelligent authorship necessary for machine intelligence to function productively, or is machine intelligence enough of an author on its own? Through this exploration we began to understand machine and human intelligences as interdependent.
Alves, Madeline; Esquilin, Kimberly; Mital, Pramita; Zearfoss, Erin; Kubowoski, Julia; and DeMarco, Chloe, "Assistive Intelligence: Replication and Mediation of Modern" (2022). Architecture Thesis Prep. 438.
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