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Education Session - Presentation Format

FRI-A09 - AI: Augmented Intelligence—Landscape Architects’ Design Sense Capitalizes on Big Data

Friday, October 19
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Location: 108

1.5 PDH, LA CES/non-HSW, AIA/non-HSW, AICP, FL, NY/non-HSW

Augmented intelligence (AI) is disrupting the complexity where designers thrive. A new era of collaboration enables shift from data overload toward data sensibility. How will capitalizing on augmented intelligence affect your practice? Your productivity? Geodesign, a unique AI, provides distinctive opportunities—learn from practitioners successfully navigating this shift.

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Kelleann Foster, ASLA

Director, Stuckeman School of Arch. and Landscape Arch.
The Pennsylvania State University

Kelleann Foster, RLA, ASLA is a licensed landscape architect, professor in Penn State’s landscape architecture department and Director of the
Stuckeman School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture. She is the author of a book in Wiley & Sons “Careers in Design” series:
“Becoming a Landscape Architect.” A recent sabbatical at Esri resulted in the development of Penn State’s online Geodesign graduate programs. The insights gained during that research are widely applicable for professional practice . Much of her professional and research work uses computer technologies to communicate alternative scenarios to citizens. Her work has received national and international recognition.

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Jim Sipes, ASLA

principal
Sand County Studios

Jim Sipes is an award-winning landscape architect and writer with more than 30-years of experience in design, planning, and communication
projects. He is recognized as a leading digital guru in the design professions. Jim has received national recognition for his writing, having written
more than 350 articles, and books such as Digital Land (John Wiley, Fall 2007), The Bayous of Houston (Arcadia, 2012), Creating Green Roadways
(Island Press, 2013), and International Water Resources (John Wiley, 2013). His work includes resilency planning, cultural resource preservation, environmental planning and design, land use planning, watershed management, urban design, and natural resource management.

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Jesse D. Suders

Analyst
McCormick Taylor, Inc.

Mr. Suders, with approximately 10 years of geographic information systems and planning experience, works to ensure that geospatial data and technology are utilized to their maximum potential by supporting a variety of planning projects at the state, regional, and local scale. With experiences ranging from conservation planning to Department of Defense encroachment studies, Mr. Suders wide range of experiences have helped to inform his implementation of geodesign methodologies, geospatial technologies, and modern planning theory by allowing him to develop holistic and unique solutions to complex design problems.

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