DIID (Feb 2024)

Data Driven Design: From Environment to the Human Body

  • Elena Cavallin

Journal volume & issue
Vol. 1, no. Digital Special Issue 1


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Based on doctoral research developments, the paper presents an analysis of how the use of Artificial Intelligence technologies and Data Driven Design can be the key to activating sustainable design actions that have positive impacts on the human body and communities. First we will distinguish how technology can be beneficial, in two macro cases, whether placed within the design or in the product/service itself. This will be followed by an analysis of the types of spillovers based on spatial/temporal factors and types of implementation. Research still under development focuses on comparison of case studies and analysis of literature sources. A subsequent prototyping and testing phase is planned to test whether what is hypothesised in the current phase is tangible and to what extent the effects are controllable.