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AI and Creativity 
Oded Ben-Tal (Kingston University)
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Friday 10 June, -
Time zone: Europe/London

Short Abstract:

Applications of machine learning to creative tasks produce surprisingly good results. The plausibility of outputs produced by machines in tasks such as painting pictures, writing poems, or composing music raises interesting questions about the nature of creativity. The popular narrative is often frame in human-vis-machine terms. Yet AI, like previous technological innovations, open new possibilities for creative/artistic/cultural practices. This panel brings together work across different media that integrates AI with human creativity to discover new modes of making art and engaging with it.

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Session 1 Friday 10 June, 2022, -