EXTENDED DEADLINE - 3rd Conference on AI Music Creativity (AIMC 2022)

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AI Music Creativity 2022

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Apologies for cross-posting.
At the request of participants, AIMC 2022's submission deadline has been extended by two weeks.

NEW! Important dates

**Submission deadline: 9 May 2022**
**Notification of acceptance: 27 June 2022**
Camera-ready deadline: 15 July 2022
Deadline for author registration: 31st July 2022
Conference dates: 13-15 September 2022

3rd Conference on AI Music Creativity
13-15 September 2022, online

The 3rd Conference on AI Music Creativity (AIMC 2022) integrates two overlapping research forums: The Computer Simulation of Music Creativity Conference (est. 2016) and The International Workshop on Musical Metacreation (est. 2012). The objective of the conference is to bring together scholars and artists interested in the emulation and extension of musical creativity through computational means and to provide them with an interdisciplinary platform in which to present and discuss their work in scientific and artistic contexts.

AIMC 2022 will be hosted from Japan and held online. The three-day program will feature paper presentations, artistic sessions, panel discussions, workshops/tutorials, and three keynotes.

Further details can be found below and on the conference website:

Conference theme

The theme of AIMC 2022 is:
"The Sound of Future Past — Colliding AI with Music Tradition"
This year we put the emphasis on implications of political, sociological and aesthetic nature arising when AI techniques & methods are applied to the generation of music modeled on traditional musical expressions and heritages.
For example, AI involvement with musical traditions foregrounds issues regarding copyright, technocratic appropriation and dilution of musical expression specificities, standardization on genres, perpetuation of embedded musico-cultural biases and cliches, uniformization of the aesthetic experience as a result of indiscriminate usage of music corpora, to name but a few.

# Call for Participation/Contribution

We invite submissions in three categories:
papers, music works, and workshops/tutorials

For more information, please visit:

# Organizing committee

Conference Chair & Webmaster:
        Stefano Kalonaris, RIKEN, Japan

Artistic Program Chairs:
        Akihiro Kubota, Tama Arts University, Japan
        Cathy Cox, Kunitachi College of Music, Japan

Scientific Program Chairs:
        Taketo Akama, Sony CSL, Japan
        Eric P. Nichols, Zillow Group, USA

Workshops & Tutorials Chairs:
        Hiroya Miura, RIKEN, Japan
        Iris Yuping Ren, Utrecht University, Netherlands

Virtual Conference Chairs:
        Tomasz Rutkowski, RIKEN, Japan
        Anna Aljanaki, University of Tartu, Estonia
        Gianluca Micchi, IRIS Audio Technologies, UK

Public Relations:
        Motoko Kakubayashi, Freelance Writer, Japan

If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at:
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