Joshua Davis is a renowned American designer, author, and artist in new media who has been using programming to create interactions with users and generate visually stunning compositions through rule-based, randomized processes since 1995. He played a crucial role in designing IBM's Watson's visualization and has received numerous accolades, including having his work featured in the Tate Modern, Ars Electronica, Design Museum London, Centre Pompidou, Institute of Contemporary Arts, MoMA, Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum and the Whitney Museum of American Art's permanent collection. Davis has lectured globally since 2000 and has spoken at conferences such as TED and 99U, discussing his career in algorithmic image making and open source ideologies. His work as a graphic designer and artist has led to collaborations with music groups such as Tool, Deadmau5, and Phantogram. Davis's unique fusion of human creativity and machine computation has resulted in stunning and unique works of art, making him a digital art legend.