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The Department of Digital Humanities and the Serpentine launch Creative AI Lab website

On Thursday 9 July the Creative AI Lab launches its website presenting a database for software, research, theory and education at the intersection of art and AI.

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Credit: Still from forthcoming ML/AI Interfaces Tutorial Series, 2020. Image courtesy of Trust, Berlin and Ricardo Saavedra

Creative AI Lab is a collaboration of the Department of Digital Humanities at King’s College London with the Serpentine. The Creative AI Lab database is an ongoing project to aggregate tools and resources for artists, engineers, curators & researchers interested in incorporating machine learning (ML) and other forms of artificial intelligence (AI) into their practice. 

Advanced approaches to AI interface design, development and deployment exist in art making. However, those interfaces are largely hidden from public view. With the Creative AI Lab we have an opportunity to share some of the behind-the-scenes work that’s gone into producing Digital Commissions that use machine learning and/or artificial intelligence.– Eva Jäger, Arts Technologies Assistant Curator - Serpentine

The project is supported by funding from the AHRC and by a LAHP funded PhD scholarship. As a collaborative research initiative, it brings together knowledge and expertise from different cultural institutions and practitioners inquiring how the arts can contribute to this emerging field.

Cultural institutions play a pivotal role in offering a space for much needed open and critical engagement with AI technologies. The research into available tools and creative practices we publish today on the website creative-ai.org will support the work of artists and cultural institutions alike.– Dr Mercedes Bunz, Senior Lecturer in Digital Societies

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Mercedes Bunz

Mercedes Bunz

Senior Lecturer in Digital Societies