Can algorithms create “human-quality” short stories, sonnets and limericks? The competition is to determine whether people can distinguish between human and algorithmic creativity. The goal is not to replace human creativity, but to assess whether current computational technology can produce outputs that cannot be distinguished from it.
Overlap: Goldsmiths Computational Arts MA/MFA show – London, 7-10 September 2017
Come join us on Thursday September 7th at 6pm for the private view of Overlap, the degree show for the Goldsmiths MFA/MA Computational Arts programme, with live performances, free drinks, and cutting-edge work from a new generation of computational artists.
Open call for artworks: Computational Neuroscience, Berlin – deadline 31 August 2017
Artists are invited to approach cutting-edge research questions in computational neuroscience from an artistic perspective.
Virtual Creatures Contest – deadline 20 June 2017
The contest’s purpose is to highlight progress in virtual creatures research and showcase evolutionary computation’s ability to craft interesting well-adapted creatures with evolved morphologies and controllers.
Call for papers: Computational Creativity and Games Workshop (CCGW 2017) – deadline 14 April 2017
Papers may cover a variety of topics within computational creativity in digital games.
Call for submissions: Cordite 84: UNPRINTABLE – a digital poetry issue of Cordite Poetry Review
We are looking for digital writing that is any combination of visual, variable, playful, political, procedural, conceptual, computational or performative.