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SAAI Factory – Kick Off / Symposium – Day 3

8.8. 11:00
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Sunday, 8th, 9am – 4:30pm (UTC)

The last day of the symposium will focus on the connection of AI and Art, Design and Music. While the speakers will offer a spectrum of current perspectives within the field, the workshops will deliver usable tools, guidance and visualizations of the interconnections between artistic intelligence and AI.

9:00 Workshop 3 / Peter Kabel, Professor for Interaction Design at Hamburg University of Applied Sciences; Students of Interaction Design: `aiXdesign´ Creative Kitchen | Cooking & Digestion

Students from the Department Design offer pre-arranged experiments. Participants can replicate these experiments, varying them using platforms such as RunwayML, Style GAN, or GPT-3. Under the moderation of Prof. Peter Kabel, the assisting students and (parts of) the participants, experiences and results will be discussed. The goal is to reduce the threshold fear of less technically trained creatives when dealing with data sets and AI models. And, to strengthen the understanding of creative questions on the part of more technically trained participants.
Duration: Cooking: 2 hrs & Digestion: 1 hr
Please, RSVP, workshop is restricted to 25 pers.

12:00 Input 4 / Ludger Pfanz, Head of Beyond Future Design Institute at ZKM Karlsruhe, Center for Art and Media: Artificial and Artistic Intelligence
1:00 Input 5 / Dalia Moniat / Sarah Steffens: Humanizing AI – Consciousness, Philosophy and Art History
2:00 Workshop 4 / Werner Bogula, Digital Enabler at Artificial Intelligence Center Hamburg (ARIC): AI and Music Generation

The lecture deals with the possibilities of automatic generation of music pieces using examples of lute music from the Renaissance. The idea of the lecture is to build a bridge between the cultural techniques of the Renaissance and the most modern technologies of our time. In addition to information about the technology, the lecture is intended to provide stimuli for thinking about basic cultural concepts such as work, author, and creativity.
Duration: 60 min. plus 20-30 min. Q&A

3:30 Workshop 5 / Tristan Behrens, AI Expert and AI Musician: Composing Music/CyberPunkMetal with GPT-2

GPT is OpenAI’s famous language Deep Neural Network. The beautiful thing is that it can do more than words. With a little engineering magic the model can be trained on music. Tristan will provide a how-to and talk about how he composed three albums using Deep Learning.
Duration: 45 min. plus 15 min Q&A

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Sunday, 8th, 9am – 4:30pm (UTC)

The last day of the symposium will focus on the connection of AI and Art, Design and Music. While the speakers will offer a spectrum of current perspectives within the field, the workshops will deliver usable tools, guidance and visualizations of the interconnections between artistic intelligence and AI.

9:00 Workshop 3 / Peter Kabel, Professor for Interaction Design at Hamburg University of Applied Sciences; Students of Interaction Design: `aiXdesign´ Creative Kitchen | Cooking & Digestion

Students from the Department Design offer pre-arranged experiments. Participants can replicate these experiments, varying them using platforms such as RunwayML, Style GAN, or GPT-3. Under the moderation of Prof. Peter Kabel, the assisting students and (parts of) the participants, experiences and results will be discussed. The goal is to reduce the threshold fear of less technically trained creatives when dealing with data sets and AI models. And, to strengthen the understanding of creative questions on the part of more technically trained participants.
Duration: Cooking: 2 hrs & Digestion: 1 hr
Please, RSVP, workshop is restricted to 25 pers.

12:00 Input 4 / Ludger Pfanz, Head of Beyond Future Design Institute at ZKM Karlsruhe, Center for Art and Media: Artificial and Artistic Intelligence
1:00 Input 5 / Dalia Moniat / Sarah Steffens: Humanizing AI – Consciousness, Philosophy and Art History
2:00 Workshop 4 / Werner Bogula, Digital Enabler at Artificial Intelligence Center Hamburg (ARIC): AI and Music Generation

The lecture deals with the possibilities of automatic generation of music pieces using examples of lute music from the Renaissance. The idea of the lecture is to build a bridge between the cultural techniques of the Renaissance and the most modern technologies of our time. In addition to information about the technology, the lecture is intended to provide stimuli for thinking about basic cultural concepts such as work, author, and creativity.
Duration: 60 min. plus 20-30 min. Q&A

3:30 Workshop 5 / Tristan Behrens, AI Expert and AI Musician: Composing Music/CyberPunkMetal with GPT-2

GPT is OpenAI’s famous language Deep Neural Network. The beautiful thing is that it can do more than words. With a little engineering magic the model can be trained on music. Tristan will provide a how-to and talk about how he composed three albums using Deep Learning.
Duration: 45 min. plus 15 min Q&A

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