Creative-AI research presented at ICCC’24

Our research team presented two projects at the 15th International Conference on Computational Creativity (ICCC’24) in Jönköping, Sweden. Gardening Frictions in Creative AI: Emerging Art Practices and Their Design Implications analyses Nordic artists’ frictional experiences with AI in art-making, and provide inspirations for how creative-AI tools could be designed with, and for, frictions. In a short paper, Critical Questions for Sustainability Research in Computational Creativity, Jääskeläinen and Bjørn-Hansen propose a deep sustainability perspective in computational creativity research.

Both papers are available in the Proceedings of ICCC’24.