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On Friday 27 January 2023, Creative AI Lab at King’s College London/Serpentine (Professor Mercedes Bunz and curator Eva Jäger as Lab’s co-founders, Dr Daniel Chávez Heras, PhD student Alasdair Milne, Professor Joanna Zylinska) hosted a one-day symposium supported by the King’s Institute for Artificial Intelligence.

Colleagues from disciplines across King's – not just arts and humanities but also engineering and sciences – were invited to discuss what the concept of ‘creative AI’ means to them and/or to show some specific projects through which it can be enacted.

The King’s Institute for Artificial Intelligence brings together the diverse and growing community in artificial intelligence (AI) at King’s College London.

Creative AI Lab is a collaboration of the Department of Digital Humanities at King’s College London with the Serpentine. View a position paper by Creative AI Lab, ‘Creative—Critical—Constructive—Collaborative—Computational: Towards a C5 model in Creative AI’, which was launched at the symposium.

Watch a recording of the symposium below, with panels on Visions, Meanings, Creations, and Nature-Cultures.

At this event

Joanna Zylinska

Professor of Media Philosophy + Critical Digital Practice

Mercedes Bunz

Professor of Digital Culture and Society

Daniel Chávez Heras

Lecturer in Digital Culture and Creative Computing

Event details

River Room
Strand Campus
Strand, London, WC2R 2LS