Bill Seaman's work explores a media-oriented poetics through technological means: Recombinant Poetics. He is deeply interested in new forms of computation, learning systems, the concept of creating an electrochemical computer, as well as the concept of Computational Creativity. He has won awards including two honorable mention awards from Ars Electronica in Interactive Art; Intel Research Gift; Awards in the Visual Arts, Rockefeller Foundation. Recently he has been exploring Recombinant Informatics: a multi-perspective approach to inventive knowledge production (as conceptual art).
New forms of Generative Research - Linking the book to new computational forms of research and knowledge production. Seaman + 3 participants. Each will discuss perspectives related to the topic. What are the ways we can help computers understand context? How can we explore long term transdisciplinary research goals? How can we avoid bias and articulate concerns related to AI and future research?