1. New Research Publication: “Creativity and Cognition in Extreme Environments: The Space Arts as a Case Study” Published by Frontiers in Psychology

    We’re excited to announce a new publication! “Creativity and Cognition in Extreme Environments: The Space Arts as a Case Study,” written by graduate researcher Kathryn Hays (UNT, xREZ Art + Science Lab), Cris Kubli (UT Dallas), and Professor Roger Malina (UT Dallas, ArtSci Lab) is available in Frontiers in Psychology....
  2. AI, Art, and Social Justice: Understanding and Addressing Bias, Representation and Inclusive Practices in the Development of AI Systems

    Did you miss the SIGGRAPH 2020 AI, Art & Social Justice BoF Panel? Not anymore! Watch the full recording for free here: http://bit.ly/AIAaSJ What is the role of artists, engineers and computer graphics professionals in creating more equitable tech for society? How can we ensure that inequalities are not transferred...
  3. AI, Arts, & Design: Questioning Learning Machines (Artnodes No. 26)

    We are pleased to announce the publication of Artnodes issue No. 26 co-edited by Ruth West and Andres Burbano! Read the full issue for FREE here: https://artnodes.uoc.edu/206/volume/0/issue/26/ Explorations of the relationship between Artificial Intelligence (AI), the arts, and design have existed throughout the historical development of AI. We are currently...

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