Harvey's previous work includes CV Dazzle (camouflage from face detection) and the Anti-Drone Burqa (camouflage from thermal cameras). His work has been exhibited at the Istanbul Design Biennale, Seoul Mediacity Biennale, German Spy Museum, V&A Museum and published with the New York Times. He is the recipient of 2 PrototypeFund.de grants for developing computer vision software for human rights researchers and currently is creating a large-scale synthetic dataset for training computer vision algorithms on objects in conflict zones.
Alongside personal projects, he frequently works as a developer for other artists. Recent projects include developing a custom computer vision toolkit for the artist Trevor Paglen, a facial recognition system for Ai Weiwei, neural networks for Constant Dullaart, and a computer vision fooling scarf for Hyphen Lab's NSAF project.
Adam will explore two current research projects: vframe.io and megapixels.cc. Topics will include the information supply chains of facial recognition datasets, 3D-modeling synthetic datasets for conflict zones, and our forensic future.
TUESDAY, JUNE 4th • 1:20PM • McGUIRE THEATER