CFP: Workshop on the Future of Co-Creative Systems

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Ollie Bown

May 6, 2020, 11:55:32 PM5/6/20
Abstract submission DL: 25th of May
Workshop dates: 7-11 September, in connection with the ICCC 2020 conference

Over the last few years, as systems become more applied and usable, co-creativity has become a key focus for computational creativity researchers. We welcome you to consider the future of co-creative systems with us!

This one-day workshop aims to bring together researchers to discuss the future of co-creativity from a range of perspectives, organised around two main topics: 
(i) what are the open questions in co-creativity research? 
(ii) what common language is needed for co-creativity researchers from a range of backgrounds to work together and progress the field?

Participants may contribute to these topics through discussions of areas including (but not limited to): studies of creative practice; creative ideation and development as a collaborative and socially structured search process; user-experience research; explainable AI; the integration of existing algorithms into co-creative applications; conversational interfaces; evaluation of co-creative systems; and co-creativity in specific application areas.

Submit your extended abstracts (~400wds, about one page) describing open questions in co-creativity research and/or designs for establishing a common language for co-creativity research. Accepted abstracts will be allocated a short presentation time and they will act as a basis for further discussion during the workshop.

Detailed information about the workshop and submission instructions can be found at:

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