May 22, 2019
On behalf of Terreform ONE, Nicholas Gervasi and Theo Dimitrasopoulos speak about Monarch Sanctuary project at the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum.
“Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum presents Experience Cafe—a night of interactive activities and conversations with designers featured in Nature—Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial. Guests will rotate through stations spanning the museum and explore the possibilities that lie at the intersection of design and nature. “
-Text from Cooper Hewitt | Experience Cafe
April 6, 2019
On behalf of Terreform ONE, Nicholas Gervasi leads workshop “Design Against Extinction: Architecture Beyond the Sustainable into the Socio-Ecological” at the NYU Sustainability Conference 2019.
“This April EarthMatters is hosting our fifth annual Sustainability Summit. The Summit is a PUBLIC city-wide event focused on advancing the conversation about sustainability, environmentalism, and entrepreneurship. This year, the theme will be Environmental Design in Urban Spaces and will focus on how we engage the public in environmentalism through urban design, and public art and how we rethink and reimagine sustainability in urban spaces. “
-Text from EarthMatters@NYU
December 4, 2018
Savinien Caracostea and Nicholas Gervasi essay “Towards a Communal Afterlife” published in CLOG x Artificial Intelligence.
“Artificial Intelligence—in particular the so-called “narrow” form of AI that has already surpassed human capabilities when it comes to specific tasks—is a ubiquitous, trusted part of our lives. But at the same time, AI is a topic that often elicits more questions than answers. Even defining “Artificial Intelligence” is no simple matter. In practice, AI today takes many forms, ranging from consumer-oriented primary points of interaction (AlphaGo, Alexa, Siri, etc.) to high-profile super-machines (DeepMind and Watson), to unseen scripts and bots operating behind the scenes.
CLOG x ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE will critically examine AI from its earliest speculations to its future...and ours.”
-Text from CLOG