There was a bumper turnout for our final CMCI research seminar of 2016, with Pulitzer Prize nominee Professor Arthur I Miller from UCL speaking on artificial intelligence– and the controversial question of whether computers can be creative.
We were very pleased to welcome a number of people from outside CMCI and indeed King’s who came along to enjoy Arthur’s illustrated talk.
Cultural and Creative Industries student Mallory MacDonald volunteered to photograph the event for us, and the CMCI blog was delighted to accept. We’ve put up another of Mallory’s photographs of the event here:
For more on Mallory’s work as a Seattle-based photographer, see her website: http://www.mallorymacdonald.com/ She specialises in photographing children –but was happy to work with academics on this occasion!
Picture credits: Mallory MacDonald