The Association for Computational Creativity invites all its members and colleagues interested in the area to send a proposal for organising the 9th International Conference on Computational Creativity (ICCC18). The deadline for submitting proposals is the 3th of March, 2017. If you are interested please write to Dan Ventura (secretary) firstname.lastname@example.org or Rafael Pérez y Pérez (Chair) email@example.com to get details.
The Association for Computational Creativity will elect one new member of the Steering Committee during ICCC16.
Based on Article XII of the ACC’s Constitution, I call to those persons interested in participating as candidates to register with the Secretary of the Association, Dan Ventura (firstname.lastname@example.org ). Candidates need to satisfy the requirements established in Article XI of the ACC’s Constitution and must register no later than three weeks before the start date of the annual conference, that is, by Monday 6th June.
The procedure for the election approved by the Steering Committee can be consulted in the following link.
The Constitution of the ACC can be consulted in the following link.
Rafael Pérez y Pérez
Association for Computational Creativity
The Association for Computational Creativity is looking for a host for the 8th International Conference on Computational Creativity (ICCC 2018). Expressions of interest can be sent to the President of the ACC.
Rafael Pérez y Pérez presents the first book in Spanish on Computational Creativity at CONACYT:
The Association for Computational Creativity is looking for a host for the 8th International Conference on Computational Creativity (ICCC 2017). Expressions of interest can be sent to the President of the ACC.
The deadline for the expressions of interest is May 5th 2016.
The Fourth International Conference on Computational Creativity was held June 12–14, 2013 at the University of Sydney. The keynote speech, The Mechanics of Thought Trials was delivered by Arne Dietrich (American University of Beirut, Lebanon).
Creativity has a dubious distinction in the neurosciences. It is hard to think of a mental phenomenon so central to the human condition for which we have so little understanding as to how the brain does it. This massive blindspot (more…)
The goal of PROSECCO is to grow and nurture the field of CC research, by educating a new generation of CC researchers and by bringing existing researchers from neighboring disciplines into the fold. It will do this through a variety of exciting outreach mechanisms and engagements with the public, with academia, and with industry.
PROSECCO is a 3-year coordination action on the topic of Computational Creativity. It is funded by the 7th Framework Programme (FET Proactive initiatives and Fostering Interdisciplinary Dialogue).
The next International Conference on Computational Creativity will be held in Ljubljana, Slovenia in 2014. For more information, go to the official web site.