AI and Photography, Part 3: Implications and What Lies Ahead
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AI and Photography, Part 3: Implications and What Lies Ahead

Dates: Thursday, Jun 13, 2024
Time: 2–3pm (ET)
Sessions: 1
Fee: $39
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Get a deep introduction to AI as it relates to photography in this three-part Mini-workshopregister for all three or just take an individual section.

Part 3 looks at the broader implications of AI on the photographic community. We’ll delve into ethical considerations, discuss concerns around creative control, and explore how AI is reshaping the industry.

Many of us have been hearing about Artificial Intelligence and what its use might mean — whether it’s simply a plagiarism machine, or a miracle for mankind, the end of human life, or something in between. Through this series of three Mini-workshops you’ll gain a better understanding of AI’s impact on photography and our creativity, and engage in lively discussion on its role in the future of artistic expression. Also in this series: Part 1: Beginnings and Part 2: Practical Applications.

Mini-Workshops last about an hour and may have higher enrollment than our other classes.
Thank you for this interesting course — Stefan certainly gave us a lot of information and a lot to think about. I wish the course was even longer!
—Suzette (New York)
This course was excellent, and I would/will recommend it to friends…. What I've liked about all of the three classes I've taken through StrudelmediaLive is that they are well-structured and organized. Stefan was exceptionally well-prepared for each session — it was all about teaching the material and he made an enormous amount of material available to the class.
—Barbara (New York City)

Stefan Frank
Stefan Frank

Stefan Frank is a photographer living in Heidelberg, Germany. After completing degrees in philosophy and mathematics, he studied photography at Ostkreuzschule in Berlin, and at Atelier Smedsby in Paris. His work has been exhibited throughout Germany, and he has created a variety of different photography series on extensive travels across Asia. In his current project “Deutschlandreise,” he focuses on Germany’s complicated history, his own family, and memories.

Stefan teaches the poetics of space, nighttime photography, and much more — including presenting The Photobook Show — for StrudelmediaLive.