XIII. Conference “Culture and Computer Science”

The conference was held May 28-29 in Berlin’s Bode Museum. The museum’s Gobelin Hall provided an extravagant setting for a conference dealing with technology. My paper was titled “The Music of Machines: Investigating Culture and Technology in Musical Creativity”. It expands on the notion that musicians already collaborate with machines in various ways, but that machines will have an even greater impact in the future as they get more aware of the situations in which they are being used. In the paper, I propose four dimensions of situation-awareness that might play a role in this process.
Conference Proceedings at vwh
Full paper (Pdf)

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