Joseph Corneli

Research Associate

About me

Joe Corneli was born in central Wisconsin. He received a BA in Mathematics from New College of Florida in 2002, and, in 2014, a PhD from The Open University for his thesis “Peer Produced Peer Learning: A Mathematics Case Study”. Now in the Computational Creativity Group at Goldsmiths College, Joe works on the COINVENT project, modeling social aspects of creativity and developing and applying methods for evaluating creative progress.

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Publications

Llano, Maria Teresa; Guckelsberger, Christian; Hepworth, Rose; Gow, Jeremy; Corneli, Joseph; Colton, Simon

What If A Fish Got Drunk? Exploring the Plausibility of Machine-Generated Fictions Inproceedings

In: Proc. 7th Int. Conf. Computational Creativity, 2016.

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Colton, Simon; Pease, Alison; Corneli, Joseph; Cook, Michael; Hepworth, Rose; Ventura, Dan

Stakeholder Groups in Computational Creativity Research and Practice Incollection

In: Computational Creativity Research: Towards Creative Machines, pp. 3–36, Springer, 2015.

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Corneli, Joseph; Jordanous, Anna; Shepperd, Rosie; Llano, Maria Teresa; Misztal, Joanna; Colton, Simon; Guckelsberger, Christian

Computational Poetry Workshop: Making Sense of Work in Progress Inproceedings

In: Proc. 6th Int. Conf. Computational Creativity, 2015.

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Gow, Jeremy; Corneli, Joseph

Towards Generating Novel Games Using Conceptual Blending Inproceedings

In: Proc. 2nd Workshop on Experimental AI in Games (EXAG), 2015.

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Colton, Simon; Pease, Alison; Corneli, Joseph; Cook, Michael; Llano, Maria Teresa

Assessing Progress in Building Autonomously Creative Systems Inproceedings

In: Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Computational Creativity, pp. 137–145, 2014.

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Pease, Alison; Lawrence, John; Budzynska, Katarzyna; Corneli, Joseph; Reed, Chris

Lakatos-style Collaborative Mathematics through Dialectical, Structured and Abstract Argumentation Journal Article Forthcoming

In: Artificial Intelligence, Forthcoming.

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