Web3 Algorithm, Identities and Creative Expressions

4th November 2022 (Friday)

11:00 - 12:00 (GMT+8)

Hybrid (physical/virtual)

Sponsored by

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Moderator

Lisa Moore

Director of Research, Advocacy and Communications
The Women's Foundation

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Speaker

Angelina Kwan

CPA, CA ANZ, Chief Executive Officer, Stratford Finance Limited

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Caroline York

Marketing Director at Gusto Collective

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Sophia Hotung

Artist

About the programme

dentity is a shifting construct. For centuries it had been associated with our physical appearances, captured through portraiture paintings and photography as a way to preserve the ephemerality of our mortal existence. With the emergence of digital media, we have shifted from the predominant third-person narrative to a first-person one—where everyone has become a “curator” in shaping their ideal self on online social platforms. At the same time, the advancement of technology, ai, and robotics, has created new identities in the form of avatars, virtual humans, and robots, raising questions on personhood, citizenships, as well as creative agencies and expressions. How has technology, algorithms and artificial intelligence shaped the way we perceive, and experience human consciousness, creativity and shape the way we connect with one another? Through machine learning how are we able to better understand ourselves to enhance individual expressions and diversity in society?