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Wednesday, November 17 • 00:20 - 01:10
(Replay) KEYNOTE: Reflections on Human and Machine Creativity

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In 2016, Rebecca gave an ADC keynote discussing what she saw as being the most exciting reasons for ADC attendees to learn more about machine learning and consider incorporating it into their work. In the five years since then, we have seen incredible advances in machine learning, with clear implications for the ways that people make art, do science, experience life online, and conduct business. In this talk, Rebecca will share what she is most excited about now, as someone who doesn’t care much about whether AI can be creative but who is fascinated by the possibilities for computers to enable people to create new works of art and music, and especially to enable people to create in ways that are more satisfying and more accessible. She will also discuss what she sees as the biggest challenges we must confront if we want machine learning practices in music and audio to be effective, ethical, and useful.


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Rebecca Fiebrink

Dr Rebecca Fiebrink makes new accessible and creative technologies. As a Reader at the Creative Computing Institute at University of the Arts London, her teaching and research focus largely on how machine learning and artificial intelligence can change human creative practices. Fiebrink... Read More →

Wednesday November 17, 2021 00:20 - 01:10 GMT
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