Friday, 29 March
Dr. Róisín Loughran is a Senior Researcher at University College Dublin’s Natural Computing Research and Applications Group. Operating at the nexus of music and science, her research examines computational musical creativity and predominantly uses evolutionary computational methods. Her talk at the Instrumental Shifts Symn explores the creative limitations of generative music and how we can best measure and assess the outputs from these systems. Her critical take on computer-assisted creativity is imperative if we seek to improve the role of future technologies in the arts.
Instrumental Shifts Symposium
Taking place on Friday, 29 March, the Instrumental Shifts Symposium will explore new frontiers of computer science, music, and future technologies and is organised by The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision RE:VIVE initiative in collaboration with Rewire and hosted by West Den Haag. Admission is free, but registration is required.