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Public seminars introduce computational creativity to a wider audience of non-CC academics

 
Public seminars introduce computational creativity to a wider audience of non-CC academics
February 26th, 2014

Michael Cook (Imperial College London) visited Tony Veale at University College Dublin, School of Computer Science and Informatics for three days from 26th February. He spoke on computational creativity (specifically on the ANGELINA system he designed) at the Dublin Computational Linguistic Research Seminar Series and provided inputs to the planning of the 2014 PROSECCO code-camp.