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This is where we post the latest news about the group and general Computational Creativity events. You can find older entries in our archive.

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AISB Serendipity Symposium at Strawberry Hill, London

The Computational Creativity Group is co-organising the AISB Members Workshop on Serendipity to be held next month at St Mary's University, Strawberry Hill, London. Please check the website for further details, including information about how to register. *Call for...

Artificial Creative Systems

Rob Saunders, Falmouth University 12-1 Friday 6th May RHB Cinema Computation creativity has traditionally focussed on the computational modelling of cognitive processes underlying the generation of valuable novelty. In addition to the computational modelling of...

Real world application of computational creativity

Recently, a new creative work was launched in London's West End. 'Beyond the Fence' a new computer generated musical recently played for a run of 2 weeks at the Arts Theatre. The idea or premise for the musical came from the 'What-If Machine', which is the main output...

PROCJAM 2015 is over!

The Procedural Generation Jam (PROCJAM) 2015, organized by Michael Cook, was a full success. Find the recorded talks of the launch day and more information here!

ICCC 2016 will be in Paris

The International Conference on Computational Creativity (ICCC) 2016 will take place June 27 – July 1 in Paris, France, and will be hosted at Université Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC). It is the seminal conference in the field, and we're looking forward to many...

Michael Cook shortlisted for GamesIndustry awards

Fantastic news!! Michael Cook is shortlisted for two GamesIndustry International innovation awards! He is nominated in both the Innovative Technology and Star of the Future categories. Please vote for Mike here: Innovation Awards. Also, see the Goldsmiths press...