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Abstract

We have seen Artificial Intelligence in discussed in several forms such as robotics, biology, computational creativity, and plenty more. One of the oldest forms of artificial intelligence that seem to have been forgotten is musical creativity. In my paper I will start off by talking about creativity as a discourse in relation to artificial intelligence and the different forms or types of creativity. Then I look to focus more specifically on musical creativity and different ways it has been used in regards to Artificial Intelligence. In the topic of music I look to use the Solresol language which was developed by a French music teacher, Jean-Francois Sudre as a key example of an artificial language which has been around for a long time and is still used today.

Citations

Margaret A. Bolden. Creativity and Artificial Intelligence. School of cognitive and Computing Sciences, University of Sussex, Brighton, Sussex. England, UK. Elsevier Science 1998.

David Cope. Computer Models of Musical Creativity. The MIT Press Cambridge, Massachusetts London, England. 2005.

Music and Artificial Intelligence http://music.arts.uci.edu/dobrian/CD.music.ai.htm

cs356/john_ugorji.txt · Last modified: 2010/04/28 16:26 by ugorjj0