Dr Jesse Josua Benjamin

Dr Jesse Josua Benjamin

Jesse is a Research Associate on the project, working around generative AI. He draws upon design training, and integrates design research with philosophical analyses to unfold phenomena associated with emerging technologies; such as sense-making practices, design affordances, and how in particular technologies transform the appearance of the world and the things and people in it.

Review of Ron Wakkary's 'Things We Could Design'

Review of Ron Wakkary's book discussing more-than-human design issues

Entoptic Field Monitor @ MozFest House Amsterdam

Exhibiting the latest version of the Entoptic Field Monitor at this year's MozFest

Ryelands AI Lab: Collaboration with a Lancaster Primary School on Generative AI

We designed and deployed six lessons on Generative AI for a local primary school.

Paper on the AI-driven Entoptic Field Camera

We presented a paper at this year's CHI conference on Human Factors in Computing

Entoptic Field Monitor @ Dutch Design Week

Project exhibited at this year's Dutch Design Week.

Entoptic Field Monitor and Shape of Trust at the V&A

Showing our work at the V&A Museum as part of the Ethical Dilemma Cafe at London Design Festival

MozFest and the Ethical Dilemma Cafe

We had several projects at Mozilla's Ethical Dilemma Cafe in Manchester this year.