MUSAiC Festival 2022

November 22-24 Stockholm

A series of lectures and concerts devoted to the themes of the MUSAiC Project and beyond! How can one judge applications of artificial intelligence (AI) to music along dimensions of utility, impact, and ethics? How do creative AI systems affect the use and worth of music in particular contexts? How can ethical considerations be folded into the engineering and application of these kinds of systems? Should there be “laws of AI” that make explicit the responsibility of the AI technologist to the domains where the technology is to be applied? What creative possibilities are hindered or facilitated by the “flaws” of an AI system’s knowledge of music?

This event is organized by Bob L. T. Sturm (KTH) in collaboration with KMH and Fylkingen, with funding provided by:

Here’s an overview of the schedule:

Confirmed Keynotes

Jonathan Sterne, Professor and James McGill Chair in Culture and Technology

Eric A Drott, Associate Professor of Theory, University of Texas at Austin

Confirmed Speakers and Performers

Music to be performed

  1. Nov 22 14h Machine Folk Music
  2. Nov 22 20h @ KMH
    • Illiac Suite (1957), string quartet
    • Music for EDSAC (1960), string quartet
    • Bias, for bass clarinet and AI by Artemi Maria-Giotti
    • Azimuth Conjunction In Declining State, AI-generated string quartet
    • Four Musical Proofs and a Conjecture, string quartet by Emily Howard
  3. Nov 23 14h @ KMH
  4. Nov. 24 20h @ Fylkingen

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