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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: ICCC-X: 1st International Conference on Computational Creativity

http://creative-systems.dei.uc.pt/icccx

 ICCC-X  : 1st International Conference on Computational Creativity
                       Lisbon, Portugal, 7-9 January 2010
                    http://creative-systems.dei.uc.pt/icccx
                        DEADLINE: September 21, 2009

Call for Papers

Although it seems clear that creativity plays an important role in
developing intelligent computational systems, it is less clear how to
model, simulate, or evaluate creativity in such systems. In other
words, it is often easier to recognize the presence and effect of
creativity than to describe or prescribe it. The purpose of this
conference is to facilitate the exchange of ideas on the topic of
computational creativity in a crossdisciplinary setting. It will bring
together people from AI, Cognitive Science and related areas such as
Psychology, Philosophy and the Arts who research questions related to
the notion of creativity as it relates to computational systems. This
focus on creativity in the context of computational systems has the
potential for increasing innovation in existing fields of research as
well as for defining new fields of study, including:

1.      Artificially Creative Systems: development of computational
systems that produce or simulate creativity. These systems may be
inspired by human creativity or by the possibilities of artificial
systems beyond human capabilities.

2.      Computational Models of Human Creativity: construction of
cognitive models of human creativity that can be the basis for
computational creativity.

3.      Computational Systems for Supporting Creativity: production of
user interfaces, interaction design, decision support, and data
modeling techniques that lead to the development of intelligent
assistants that support the user in being more creative.

Original contributions are solicited in all areas related to
Computational Creativity, including but not limited to:

a.      computational paradigms for understanding creativity,
including heuristic search, analogical reasoning, and rerepresentation;

b.      metrics, frameworks and formalizations for the evaluation of
creativity in computational systems;

c.      perspectives on creativity, including philosophy of
computational creativity, models of human behaviour intelligent
systems, and creativity-support tools;

d.      the role of creativity in learning, innovation, improvisation,
and other pursuits;

e.      factors that enhance creativity, including conflict,
diversity, knowledge, intuition, reward structures, and technologies;

f.      social aspects of creativity, including the relationship
between individual and social creativity, diffusion of ideas,
collaboration and creativity, formation of creative teams, and
simulating creativity in social settings;

g.      specific applications to music, language and the arts, to
architecture and design, to scientific discovery, to education and to
entertainment;

h.      detailed system descriptions of creative systems, including
engineering difficulties faced, example sessions and artefacts
produced, and applications of the system.  The conference will include
traditional paper presentations, will showcase the application of
computational creativity to the sciences, creative industries and
arts, and will incorporate a "show and tell" session, which will be
devoted to demonstrations of computational systems exhibiting
behaviour which would be deemed creative in humans. In addition, the
conference will provide a forum for identifying trends and
opportunities for research on [computational] creativity and promising
practices concerning the development of creative computational systems.

Important Dates

September 21, 2009 Submission deadline
October 30, 2009 Authors' Notification
November 22, 2009 Deadline for CRCs
January 7-9, 2010 Conference

Organising Committee

General Chair: Geraint A. Wiggins (Goldsmiths, UK)
PC Chair: Dan Ventura (Brigham Young, USA)
Local Chair: Amilcar Cardoso (Coimbra, Portugal)
Publicity Chair: Simon Colton (Imperial College, UK)

Submissions

Please submit papers of up to 10 sides in Springer LNCS format.
Submission details are available on the conference website: http://creative-systems.dei.uc.pt/icccx