20 Oct 2018 11:00 - 12:00 S1, Alison Richard Building


Recent developments in Machine Learning, and in particular advances in Generative Adversarial Networks, are allowing researchers to experiment with computer-generated literature, art and music. This interactive workshop explores the technology behind the rise of automated culture and proposes ways to better understand what the apparent incursion of machines onto the terrain of human creativity tells us about contemporary culture and society.
The workshop is led by Anne Alexander, Director, Learning Programme, Cambridge Digital Humanities.
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This event is part of the Cambridge Festival of Ideas. 

Cambridge Digital Humanities

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