It was with great pleasure and anticipation that I joined the SensiLab at Monash this week, appointed as a Professor of Computational Creativity. In the AI subfield of Computational Creativity, we study how to hand over creative responsibilities to software in arts and science projects, covering practical implementations, theoretical frameworks – especially addressing how we can assess progress in the field – and philosophical investigations of what it means for software to be genuinely creative.

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We’re excited today to launch a new research platform for anyone interested in exploring the creative possibilities of Artificial Intelligence.

ai.sensilab is a new online resource for all things at the intersection of contemporary creative practice and AI. The site will feature hands-on tutorials, research software, datasets, news and commissioned opinion writing by leading practitioners in the field. Our aim is to provide a valuable and expansive resource for researchers, creative artists and developers working at the frontiers of technology and creativity.

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