Fake news and Occupations – Poets and Scientists – it’s debateable

Fake news and Occupations Visit Index page  SUMMARY – Artists and Report writers A visible effect in a boxplot of the data is that the two highest word counts were from Artists and Report Writers. Remember artists have to fill up a lot of grant forms. See Boxplot explanation for how they work (also shows Continue Reading

Festival UK 2020 for Creative Computing Institute University Arts London

There’s just been an announcement about the exciting #FestivalUK2022. Professor Grierson (my research director) is part of this, with Creative Computing Institute, CCI UAL. 30 creative teams have been selected to take part in the forthcoming festival of creativity in the R&D Project phase. #STEAM – science, technology, engineering, arts, mathematics. More news on as Continue Reading

People get emotional – text generation with real writing – computer AI research

In August 2020 research (UAL, see credits) I examined what would happen if and when writers use a computer text generator to write articles, giving them only an image prompt. Go to Index of AI research Joy, Fear, Anger, Sadness – emotion charts are after this introduction. Can text generation help the human writing process? Continue Reading

Computer-Human Hybrid AI Writing and Creative Ethics

Introduction This blog is about my 2020 research into computer text generation and the effects on professional ands amateur writers. I am working on this topic at the University of the Arts London (UAL CCI, Dir. Mick Grierson). No-one has asked creatives or writers what they think of the new ‘AI’ systems that generate readable Continue Reading