Over the past couple of years, there has been increasing interest in applying the latest advances in machine learning to creative projects in art, music, film, theatre and beyond. From Google’s DeepDream and style transfer to the world’s first computer-generated musical playing in London’s West End, more and more creative AI projects are moving beyond the world of research and academia into the public eye. This talk will give an overview of creative projects using RNNs, ConvNets, GANs and other models.
Luba Elliott is a curator, artist and researcher looking at artificial intelligence in the creative industries. Prior to that, she worked in venture capital and art startups.