Viewpoints AI goes to ACM Creativity & Cognition 2015

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The Viewpoints AI installation, created by the Adam Lab, was accepted into the art show at ACM Creativity & Cognition in Glasgow. The event aims to investigate “computing’s impact on human creativity.” VAI takes on this kind of investigation by engaging human users with a computer-controlled performer in improvisational dance movement. The artificially intelligent performer responds to the user’s movement with its own movement, creating a 2D interactive space.

The VAI team also had a paper accepted by ACM Creativity & Cognition 2015. The paper is entitled “An Enactive Characterization of Dyadic Pretend Play.” Three cheers!