Prof. Simon Colton has been interviewed by Paul Bray of The Telegraph, the article was published the 29 April 2016. The interwiew focus on the creative side of computing – and the potential of man-mahcine relationships. Read the full text
Simon Colton, research leader at The MetaMakers Institute, Professor in Digital Games Technologies at Falmouth University and and Profesor in Computational Creativity at Goldsmiths, University of London, is one of the scientist behind the software with creative responsibility for the Beyond the Fence
“Algorithms as designers has the potential to turn the whole notion of developing on its head.” (Oliver Franklin-Wallis, WIRED, 2016) See the article from The Wired World in 2016, featuring one of our researchers Michael Cook: “A major challenge is building
I was recently interviewed by the New Scientist about the future for software making discoveries and in general being creative. I managed to get across my line that the most exciting developments in Computational Creativity (to my mind) are those
I was approached today by a Science Writer in the US, writing an article on computer generated poetry for Motherboard. She asked me for comments on the FIGURE8 approach by Sarah Harman, presented at this year’s International Conference on Computational
A fascinator, in the millinery sense, is a decorative headpiece, usually brightly coloured and designed to attract attention. We’re working on the digital equivalent.
Antenna Live at the Science Museum: The Painting Fool paints portraits (if it’s in a good mood) At The MetaMakers Institute, we like questioning things and we’ve recently spent 3 days ( 27–29 October) at the science museum in London challenging people’s
As the first blog entry, it seems appropriate to give some background about how The MetaMakers Institute came into being. Here goes…