Brain Poetry is an illustration of computational creativity in the form of an artistic installation. It is a poetry generator that produces poetry from the user's brainwaves. The technology behind the artwork is based on computational creativity methods developed by Jukka Toivanen in the Discovery Research Group lead by prof. Hannu Toivonen at the University of Helsinki.
The 5th International Conference on Computational Creativity (ICCC-2014) will be held in Ljubljana, Slovenia from June 10 to June 13, 2014.
The conference promises to be jam-packed with CC-related talks and activities, including art exhibitions and a lively social programme.
Scientific talks of ICCC 2015
The whole scientific program of ICCC 2015, the Sixth International Conference on Computational Creativity, was streamed in the Internet. The talks are also available as recordings in YouTube:
The Times published a story on computer generated humor, a subfield of computational creativity. The story was based on an interview of Prosecco partner Hannu Toivonen and on a scientific publication of his research group, on intentionally funny autocorrect mistakes.
The First Annual Contact Forum of the PROSECCO network will be held in El Escorial, Madrid from February 21-23 inclusive. The forum will bring together international researchers whose work can inform CC research and be informed in turn by ongoing CC efforts.
The Plenary Speech of the 2013 edition of the International Symposium on Distributed Computing and Artificial Intelligence, a colocated event in the PAAMS'2013 Conference, was entitled "Computational Creativity: Distributed Approaches" and made by Amilcar Cardoso, University of Coimbra. The talk comprised an overview of current research in the area, illustrated by the presentation and discussion of concrete creative systems, focusing in aspects where distributed techniques ma