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    AI – sustainable fashion scoundrel or saviour?

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    In today's fashion world, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is being used to boost the unsustainable practices of ultra-fast fashion and to cut designers out of the deal. But, a new generation of innovators propose to use the power of AI for good, to design better more sustainable clothes, and to address fashion's big land-fill problems.

    Join us for an insightful discussion in which we unpack AI's place in the future of fashion and see how it can be used for both bad and good.

    Panel 

    • Chair: Anna May Kirk, Program Curator, Powerhouse Museum
    • Dr Taylor Brydges, UTS Institute for Sustainable Futures 
    • Wajiha Pervez, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Design, Architecture & Built Environment and Centre of Excellence in Sustainable Fashion and Textiles, UTS
    • Justin O’Sullivan, Founder and CEO, ReWise



    THIS IS A FREE EVENT, BUT ATTENDEES MUST REGISTER TO ATTEND

    Contact isf-marcomms@uts.edu.au for more info

    This event is part of Climate Action Week Sydney, supported by City of Sydney.


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