Due to the current situation of the novel coronavirus pneumonia, it is believed that ZJULogAI cannot take place as scheduled. The conference and all its sub-events, including AIFA 2020, will be rescheduled (most likely to Q3 or Q4 2020). We will discuss and let you know the new dates when the situation becomes stable.
The 1st AI & the Future of Art Workshop (AIFA2020) will be help in Hangzhou, China, 9 April 2020, as part of the International Conferences on Logic and Artificial Intelligence at Zhejiang University (ZJULogAI). The workshop focuses on the rapidly expanding area of AI generated Art. The topics of interest include any artistic composition generated by means of Artificial Intelligence methods.
AIFA 2020 and ZJULogAI are in collaboration with the Second Tsinghua Interdisciplinary Workshop on Logic, Language, and Meaning: Monotonicity in Logic and Language, 10-12 April 2020 (http://tsinghualogic.net/JRC/?page_id=1576).
Call for Demos
This year AIFA 2020 will receive proposals for demos about Art and AI. The demo aims to present an application of art and AI. The topics of interest include any artistic composition generated by means of Artificial Intelligence methods. Below, a list of relevant topics:
- Robot and Art
- Music and AI
- GAN and machine learning image generation
- AI style transfer
- Art & AI from legal perspective
- Conceptual art and AI
Interested participants should submit a 1 page description of their demos. Including:
- List of participants and their affiliations
- Description of the demo
- Requirements: what is needed to do the demo
- 15/12/2019: demo proposals deadline
- 31/12/2019: acceptance notification
- 6-9/04/2019:The International Conferences on Logics in Artificial Intelligence at Zhejiang University (ZJULogAI)
A short presentation to open our exhibition. This presentation will:
- Give a short overview of AI and art
- An overview of the role of robots
- Explains the idea of the exhibition and its background
Exhibition 1: QT as an instrument
- Similar to the Theremin, a musical instrument which can be controlled without any physical contact, in this demo, QT will serve as a music instrument.
- Using gesture recognition, the robot will recognize the movements of the user who will be facing the robot.
- The movements of the user will be translated into three dimensional coordinates
- QT will play music like the Theremin by transforming the coordinates values into music
- Based on QT’s emotion recognition capacities, the robot can also adjust the music depending on the mood or facial expression shown by the user.
Exhibition 2: AI and Art from Hangzhou
Ideally, we would like to have a local group from Hangzhou to have a similar work in our exhibition. This work can be on visual art (paintings, style transfer, etc.)