2024 Architectural Intelligence Symposium

2024 Architectural Intelligence Symposium

May 3, from 8:15 am - 7:00 pm


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Closing Keynote and Evening Social Only- 4:00pm-7:00pm
$ 75.00
2024 Architectural Intelligence Ticket- Includes Keynote and Evening Social
Early Bird Registration Prices: AIA SVC Member: $155 | AIA SVC Associate Member $130 | AIA SVC Professional Affiliates (PAL): $155 | Non-Member: $180 | Student: $40 **Please log in to see discounted prices
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2024 Architectural Intelligence Symposium (AI.24)

Friday, May 03, 2024 | Computer History Museum

AI.24 Schedule:

Conference: 9:00am – 5:30pm
Closing Keynote and Evening Social: 4:00pm – 7:00pm

More details to come!


Early Bird Pricing $20 off for Members/Non-Members and $10 off for Students!

Register early and save! *Early Bird pricing valid until 4/19/24

* Ticket discounts for groups receive 10% off the total ticket price when you buy 10 or more tickets * To purchase group tickets, please email [email protected]

Regular Registration Prices:

AIA SVC Member: $175

AIA SVC Associate Member: $150

AIA SVC Professional Affiliates (PAL): $175

Non-Member: $200

Student: $50

**Please log in to see discounted prices


Opening Keynote Speaker:

Erin Bradner, Ph.D.

“Erin Bradner, Ph.D., is the Director of Strategic Foresight at Autodesk Inc in San Francisco. Her work helps organizations navigate change, seize opportunities, and mitigate risk. Erin helped found the Generative Design initiative at Autodesk and directed the Robotics Lab prior to her current role. She has led strategic research partnerships with the U.S. Livermore National Laboratory and NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab. Erin has led hundreds of research projects over the course of her career – a common thread across them being to amplify innovation through intelligent and actionable foresight. Erin has published academic papers with collaborators at Autodesk, the University of California, and IBM Research. She is a co-author on patents in advanced design, has been recognized for lasting impact in the field of Human Computer Interaction, holds a PhD in Information & Computer Science, and is an Adjunct Professor in Strategic Foresight at the California College of the Arts.”

Closing Keynote Speaker:

Barry Katz

“Barry Katz was educated at McGill University in Montréal, the London School of Economics, and holds a doctorate from the University of California at Santa Cruz. He is Emeritus Professor of Industrial and Interaction Design at the California College of the Arts in San Francisco and formerly Adjunct Professor in the Design Group, Department of Mechanical Engineering, at Stanford University. As IDEO Fellow Barry worked for more than 20 years with the world’s leading design and innovation consultancy, and continues to consult with governments, companies, and academic institutions worldwide. He is the author of eight books and his writings on design as a strategy of innovation have appeared in many academic, professional, and popular journals. His current interests include postwar reconstruction in Ukraine and the post-pandemic workplace in Silicon Valley.”