Creative AI and Embodied Robots in Music – A Hybrid of Practice and Meaning
The aim of this paper is to is to discuss and demonstrate my current practice-based research into creative Ai and embodied robotics in music. But, as is often the case, when writing this paper I became more aware that I was not going to be able to deliver that which I had hoped to do in my abstract, but instead focus on something more aligned to this conference theme, and that is hybrid methodology. Don’t worry, there is still a performance of the robot in action, and I will still be taking you through my research. But what I want to draw out of that is the ‘ology’ bit, that is the study of a transformative method that has incorporated important elements of practice from robotics with elements of practice from music, and evaluate the worth of this hybrid process.
Invited paper delivered at Hybrid Practices Conference, University of Malta, 13-15th March 2019
Citation : Vear, C. (2019) Creative AI and Embodied Robots in Music – A Hybrid of Practice and Meaning. Delivered at Hybrid Practices Conference, University of Malta, 13-15th March 2019
Research Institute : Institute of Creative Technologies (IOCT)
Peer Reviewed : Yes
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