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Wednesday, November 8 • 12:00 - 12:50
Artificial Intelligence - Discovering the Potential for Creativity

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Composing music with the help of technology is not as novel as the current discussion lets on: In the 1950s, for instance, the composer Lejaren Hiller used a computer to produce the first computer-generated score - the “Illiac” Suite for string quartet. 

This panel seeks to explore the Potential of Artificial Intelligence for Creativity and will look at how it can expand our toolbox and the scope of inspiration to create art. From the idea of an „Artificial Muse“ to creative ‚collaborations‘ between artists and AI such as Flow Machines, our expert panel will take a closer look at the amazing opportunities that can lie within technological innovation. The panel discussion will also address possible risks and inherent legal questions and invites the audience to join the speculation about the future ahead. 


Moderators
avatar for Eric Eitel

Eric Eitel

Co-Founder, Music Pool Berlin
Eric Eitel kuratiert Technologie-, Kunst- und Kulturprojekte. Er ist Vorstand des Kultur-Think-Tanks all2gethernow e.V.und Gründungsmitglied von Music Pool Berlin, einer durch das Musicboard Berlin und die Europäischen Sozialfonds geförderten Beratungsstelle für Musiker*innen... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Florian Dohmann

Florian Dohmann

Founder, Birds on Mars
Florian Dohmann and his partner Klaas Bollhoefer are building their new company Birds on Mars at the interfaces of artificial and human intelligence - stay tuned. | Florian is an independent consultant for data, artificial intelligence & digital transformation, technologist & artist... Read More →
avatar for Götz von Einem

Götz von Einem

International Digital Music Expert
Goetz von Einem is a music industry executive specialized in the international licensing of digital music rights and related industry affairs including collecting societies relations. Most recently he was responsible for the worldwide digital licensing at BMG based in its head... Read More →
avatar for Roman Lipski

Roman Lipski

Artist, Roman Lipski Studio
Roman Lipski is a Polish born painter who has lived and worked in Berlin since 1989. | His celebrated art has been exhibited in numerous museums all over the world – such as the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the National Art Museum of China or the Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art... Read More →
avatar for Mark Mattingley-Scott

Mark Mattingley-Scott

Principal, IBM Germany
Mark Mattingley-Scott has a Bachelor of Science with Joint Honours in Computing and Electronics, and a Doctor of Philosophy on the subject of Code Division Multiple Access Local Area Networks from the University of Durham, combined with 30 years experience in the commercial exploitation... Read More →
avatar for Jovanka von Wilsdorf

Jovanka von Wilsdorf

Artist & Musician, AI TV Project NOMA
Jovanka v. Wilsdorf is an Artistprofiler and Songwriter at BMG Rights Management with her own publishing division called JOKASONG. After 4 Albums with her Band QUARKS at Sony Music and Gudrun Gut’s record Label Monika, she signed a publishing Deal with BMG and started writing songs... Read More →


Wednesday November 8, 2017 12:00 - 12:50
Cinema Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

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