Human creativity intertwined with computation
Nowadays, machines are able to perform almost any human task and engage in almost any human endeavour, including making music. Computers are now able to artificially compose, giving rise to a new generation of music. The EU-funded REACH project will investigate the symbiotic interactions between humans and machines in music. It will study, model and develop musical co-creativity between humans and machines through improvised interactions. More specifically, it will study shared musicianship occurring at the intersection of the physical, human and digital spheres as an archetype of distributed (natural and/or artificial) intelligence. The project will develop the models and tools to better understand and foster human creativity in a context where it becomes more and more intertwined with computation.
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