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Presented By: Michigan Institute for Data Science

Technology Meets Creativity: Exploring the Potential of Artificial Intelligence for the Arts

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What does it mean to make art (music, poetry, painting, design) in a world in which human creativity is being mined by generative artificial intelligence?

How can A.I. expand our creative horizons? How are artists experimenting with artificial intelligence today? Can art help us define what it truly means to be human? How might research and creative practice at the University of Michigan help answer these questions and more? Join us on March 5, 2024 to add your voice to the discussion

The University of Michigan Arts Initiative, the Michigan Institute for Data Science (MIDAS), Arts Research Incubation and Acceleration (ARIA), and the Michigan Center for Applied and Interdisciplinary Mathematics (MCAIM) jointly offer this symposium, bringing together writers, poets, visual artists and designers, and other creatives alongside scientists, engineers, humanists, philosophers, and other thinkers to investigate the process and products of the collaboration of AI and human artists, to showcase ongoing arts research efforts at the University of Michigan, and to explore research partnerships and other collaborative opportunities going forward.

U-M faculty members who are working or planning to work on projects / ideas related to AI for creative arts are also cordially invited to join our research discussion session (lunch and right after). We will facilitate the exchange of ideas, collaboration, and connecting projects with funding sources.

Please visit our event page for more information on sessions and speakers.

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