Project Dreamcatcher was featured in the Wall Street Journal article, "Artificial Intelligence Still Needs a Human Touch", on the interaction of artificial intelligence and creativity. Michael Bergin was interviewed for the piece a few weeks ago and is cited discussing Dreamcatcher, a generatively designed auto suspension upright, the Elbo Chair project, and the Hack Rod project. Images of the latter two are included in the article. Projects by Sony, Google, Adobe, Stitch Fix and others are also discussed.
The article ranges more widely than industrial and engineering design, touching on AI’s emerging role in fashion (as indicated in the headline), music and art, as well as AI concepts like “adversarial training.”