The Design Interactions programme explores new roles, contexts and approaches for interaction design in relation to the social, cultural and ethical impact of existing and emerging technologies.
Design Interactions is about using the medium of design to explore science and technology, often projecting into the future. It might be looking at nanotechnology or genetics, and is a way of exploring what would be palatable or ethical, or the political implications.
Algorithms in Domestic Life: Can Human’s Behaviors be Represented, Modified and Influenced Through Mathematical Models?
Living with Robots
PopNoir: Critical Designs selected by Dunne & Raby
Professor Anthony Dunne
Future Families: a Practice Based Research Project to Explore Social, Cultural and Ethical Issues Surrounding Reproductive Technologies and New Family Forms
London SW7 4EU
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