9:00 - 9:30 Welcome, Introductions, and Logistics for the Day.

Brief introductions, workshop context, and the workshop's goal of developing, documenting and reflecting on the scenarios towards creating the scenario library and an article in the coming months.

9.30 - 10:40 Scenario Making One: Participants will work in teams to develop the scenarios, iterating and documenting the process to become familiar with the workshop themes and developing scenarios.

10:40 - 11:00 Coffee Break

11:00 - 12:30 Scenario Share Back with Panel Discussion:

Participants will share their scenarios with the rest of the workshop and the panellists (approximately 10 minutes per group). After all the groups have shared back, the panellists will share their point of view on "Human-technology assemblages in the age of GenAI" from their work and in relation to the scenarios presented.

During this segment, we will use Teams to record and transcribe the conversation for later analysis.

The panellists:

Prof. Chris Danta. Professor at the Australian National University.

Dr. Eduardo B. Sandoval. Creative Robotics Lab, Communications Director.

Shaila Pervin, PhD. Machine Learning Engineer, Foxtel Group.

12:30 - 13:30 Lunch Break

13:30 - 15:00 Scenario Making Two: participants will create new scenarios collaboratively in groups, informed by the collective reflections from the showcase and panel discussions. This process will offer participants opportunities for design-making through various media, including written texts, arts and crafts, props, and components of sensing technology.

15:00 - 15:30 Scenario Synthesis: Participants will share and document their scenarios, reflecting on and synthesising ideas and themes as future design research in safe, sustainable, enriching, and responsible ways.

During this segment, we will use Teams to record and transcribe the conversation for later analysis.

15.30 - 15.40 Tea break (From 15.40 to 16:00, we will head to the Design Museum Denmark via car share to start the guided tour at 16:00)

16:00 - 17:00 Guided Tour at the Design Museum Denmark: during the final two hours, we will draw on the insights from the morning and early afternoon sessions in a guided tour through the Future is Present exhibition at the Design Museum Denmark, examining the scenarios and relationships hinted at by the exhibited artifacts. This activity will offer an opportunity to apply and extend the workshop's insights. The day will conclude with a reflection session on these experiences over dinner, enriching our understanding of designing for this new paradigm's potential in everyday life.

17.00 - 19.00, we will make our way to a near by pub for food and drinks.


The guided tour is included.

Dinner is self funded as well as the transport to the museum.