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AI and Creativity: Exploring the Future of Music, Opera, and the Performing Arts in the Age of Machine Learning

Ai And Creativity

This public event will explore what’s behind the current wave of artistic interest in robots and AI, and highlight recent advancements in the field of music, opera, and the performing arts.

CREATE Building

Rendsburggade 14, 9000 Aalborg, Room 4.521

  • 13.09.2022 Kl. 15:00 - 17:30

  • English

  • On location

Participation is free

CREATE Building

Rendsburggade 14, 9000 Aalborg, Room 4.521

13.09.2022 Kl. 15:00 - 17:30

English

On location

Participation is free

Research Cluster Human-centered AI and AI for the People Center

AI and Creativity: Exploring the Future of Music, Opera, and the Performing Arts in the Age of Machine Learning

Ai And Creativity

This public event will explore what’s behind the current wave of artistic interest in robots and AI, and highlight recent advancements in the field of music, opera, and the performing arts.

CREATE Building

Rendsburggade 14, 9000 Aalborg, Room 4.521

  • 13.09.2022 Kl. 15:00 - 17:30

  • English

  • On location

Participation is free

CREATE Building

Rendsburggade 14, 9000 Aalborg, Room 4.521

13.09.2022 Kl. 15:00 - 17:30

English

On location

Participation is free

Recently there has been an explosion of interest around the topic of AI and creativity. Just as machine learning is rapidly transforming products and processes across industry, health, and education, so are AI tools being used in the creative industries, including the visual and performing arts.

This public event will explore what’s behind the current wave of artistic interest in robots and AI, and highlight recent advancements in the field of music, opera, and the performing arts. International guest artists from the UK will present cutting edge research and performances that explore potential creative applications of AI and robots, new modes of musician-machine interaction and co-creation.

We invite you to stay for a panel discussion on how new technologies create new forms of artistic expression across opera and the performing arts.

Schedule

15.00-15.05   Welcome and Introduction (Elizabeth Jochum, RELATE; ABRA)
15.05-15.35

Evelyn Ficarra & Tim Hopkins: “Robot Opera: Performance, Embodiment, Vocality” 

15.40-16.10

Chris Kiefer: “RAVE at the Opera: Experiments with Singing Synthesis and Machine Learning

16.15-16.45

Kivanç Tatar “A Different Take on AI: Design Processes and Interaction in  Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence for Music and Arts

16.45-17.00  Panel Discussion with Peter Rønne, Aalborg Opera Festival
17-17.30 Reception with Cake & Coffee

 

Presentations

About the Speakers

For more information please contact Elizabeth Jochum, RELATE Research Laboratory for Art and Technology jochum@ikp.aau.dk