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ARTIFICIA promotes augmented creativity through AI and the arts. New technologies, and in particular artificial intelligence, are changing the nature of creative processes. Emerging collaborations between humans and machines enable new creative processes.
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  • Session 3. Musical performance & education with AI. The third event explores on Musical Performance and Education with AI, and it will debate around these questions: What is musical performance and how is it related to creativity? What are the challenges

  • Session 2. Music composition with AI. The second event explores on Music Composition with AI and it debates around these questions:  What is musical composition and How is it related to creativity? The complexity of the human creative process and music

  • Session 1. Music Improvisation with AI. The first event explores on Music Improvisation with AI and it will debate around these questions:  What is improvisation? What is needed to be a good improviser? Can a machine algorithm complement human improvisation? What

  • Live coding brings together music and code in live performance. Although writing lines of code in real time is engaging, it can also become too slow at performance time. When using large crowdsourced databases, there is a level of unpredictability

  • AIBO is an emotionally intelligent artificial intelligence brainwave opera. An immersive, interactive love story, it explores our infatuation and trust in artificial intelligence played out between a human character Eva, wearing a brain-computer interface connected to a bodysuit of light

  • The Robot-Creativity Project explores how robots can be used in creativity work. This project encapsulates the idea of creating robots that can unleash, extend, and empower existing human capabilities, such as the ability to be creative. Until now, the idea

  • Ramon López de Mántaras Badia is Research Professor of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) and pioneer of Artificial Intelligence in Europe, with contributions, since 1976, in Pattern Classification, Approximate Reasoning, Expert Systems, Machine Learning, Case-Based Reasoning, Autonomous Robots, and

  • CTRL-F is a transdisciplinary collective that explores the art / science link. Focusing their research on the intersection between audiovisual files with specific architectures of Artificial Intelligence. The CTRL-F members come from various fields: social sciences, graphic design, computer science,

  • Jeroen van der Most Dutch artist Jeroen van der Most, or shorthand Most, has created art with data, algorithms, and artificial intelligence for over 10 years. His current focus is on reaching a next level in AI-based creation in which the

  • Machine learning tools provide the potential for unprecedented creative expression, but also the potential to cause unintended harms. “Making AI Art Responsibly: A Field Guide” is an illustrated zine composed of questions and case studies to help AI artists use AI

  • TELMI: Technology-Enhanced Learning of Music Instrument Performance. The TELMI project addressing the challenges of music instrument learning by developing technologies to enhance musical learning. Using the violin as a case study, we have designed a system that embraces both traditional methods

  • AI and Arts – A Workshop to Unify Arts and Science. Throughout the last years, new methods in artificial intelligence have revolutionized several scientific fields. These developments affect arts twofold. On the one hand, artists discover machine learning as a new

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