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Guimarães | October 7, 2015

The PROSECCO partner Amilcar Cardoso was Invited Speaker of the 9th International Symposium on Intelligent Distributed Computing (IDC'2015) on the 7th October 2015. He made a talk entitled "Computational Creativity: distributed approaches". The Symposium was held in Guimarães, Portugal.

Osnabruck | July 25, 2015

The recent TEDx event at Osnabrück University focused on science and sustainability, and included two talks on AI and Computational Creativity that argued for the role of machines in sustaining human advances.

Atlantis | February 1, 2015

Computational Creativity Research: Towards Creative Machines is the first scholarly book wholly dedicated to the field of 

Helsinki, Finland | February 11, 2015

The Finnish broadcasting company YLE produces a 30 min documentary on computational creativity in their Prisma Studio series, in Finnish. The documentary will be broadcasted at prime time, 8 pm, on Feb 11, 2015, on TV1.

Helsinki, Finland | January 10, 2015
Park City, Utah, USA | June 29, 2015

ICCC is the annual conference of The Association for Computational Creativity, bringing together Computational Creativity researchers from around the globe. The ICCC conference series organized by the association since 2010 is the only scientific conference that focuses on computational creativity a

Copenhagen | November 18, 2014

DR, a Danish radio station, featured Computational Creativity in its Harddisken program on 18 Nov 2014, based on an interview of Hannu Toivonen.

London, UK | April 7, 2015

PROSECCO is hosting a joint event that will bring together four EC-funded projects where Computational Creativity is the focus.

London | October 15, 2014

The latest issue of the magazine CS4FN (CS4FN: Computer Science for Fun!) focuses on Computational Creativity, and contains a number of articles from PROSECCO members. Check out the issue here:

CS4FN on Creativity

CS4FN is published by Queen Mary University, London, and is aimed at a young audience, Nonetheless, its contents will be of interest to anyone (or anything) with a love of computers and creativity.

 

 

Berlin | April 20, 2014

Deutsche Welle's English radio show Spectrum: The Fascinating World of Science and Technology interviewed Professor Hannu Toivonen (University of Helsinki) for their show on April 20th, 2014, on research into computational humor.

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