AI, genetic engineering and eternal life: the exhibition at The Swedish National Museum of Science and Technology in Stockholm explores the relationship between humans and technology – in the past, present and future.
Förster created the spatial design of Hyper Human, working with BAS Interesting Times Gang to explore how AI works when creating new forms.
In her tour, Förster explained the experimental and artistic approach needed to let an AI choose how to design different objects.
With sustainability in mind, the designers also let the AI determine how to minimise material usage when designing an object.
The objects created by the AI, which were 3D printed, had organic structures and patterns. This surprised Förster.
"I imagined when we started to work with the AI that it would be something that would be much more geometric," Förster said. "But it looks like it's part of a tree, it looks like something very organic."
Hyper Human also includes exhibits on the way technology is changing how we operate and how it is being used to help within our everyday lives and in more extreme situations.
The exhibition is on at The Swedish National Museum of Science and Technology in northern Djurgården in Stockholm, but due to the coronavirus crisis it can currently only be viewed online.
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