Interdisciplinary and humanistic investigations into the nature of AI and technology in the Arts.
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Goldsmiths Computing is unusual in that a large portion of academic staff have arts practices as well as interests in computer science. The two are frequently and tightly interwoven into our research practices and for nearly 20 years, Goldsmiths Computing research has centred on interdisciplinary and humanistic investigations into the nature of AI and technology in the Arts. The Department produces artworks and software tools for studying and producing arts.
- Dr Golnaz Badkobeh
- Prof Michael Casey
- Prof Tim Crawford
- Dr Reinier de Valk (visiting fellow)
- Prof Mark d'Inverno
- Dr Rebecca Fiebrink
- Dr Jamie Forth
- Prof Mick Grierson
- Dr Helen Pritchard (visiting fellow)
- Dr David Lewis
- Dr Tony Russell-Rose
- Prof Atau Tanaka
- Dr Gabriel Vigliensoni (visiting fellow)
- Dr Federico Zubani
Prof Tim Crawford is the UK PI for TROMPA, a H2020 collaborative research project. This is a nine partner consortium of research partners across Europe,. The project aims to enrich and democratise our publicly available musical heritage through a user-centred co-creation setup.
For analysing and linking music data at scale, the project will employ and improve state-of-the-art technology. Music-loving citizens (including the large scene of amateur performers) will cooperate with the technology, giving feedback on algorithmic results, and annotating the data according to their personal expertise.
Prof Atau Tanaka portfolio of research projects in the area of music, including two EU projects RAPID Mix and an ERC research project called, Bio-Music