3rd AISB Symposium on Computational Creativity
Welcome to the home page of the AISB 2016 Symposium on Computational Creativity.
This event is the annual convention of the Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behaviour (AISB 2016) which was held at University of Sheffield, UK, from 4-6th April 2016.
The symposium itself featured a number of presentations covering a range of topics in the evolving field of Computational Creativity. Issues addressed included practical work in the area, theoretical approaches to creativity, and philosophical questions raised on the potential of non-human creative agents.
Winners of the best paper and the best talk received their prize from CRC Press, Taylor & Frances:
- Best paper (based on reviewers' comments): The Unnoticed Creativity Revolutions: Bringing Problem-Solving Back into Computational Creativity [by Tarek R. Besold]
- Best talk (based on the audience votes): The longer term value of creativity judgements in computational creativity [by Anna Jordanous]
Proceedings can be downloaded from here.
Download the flyer here!