The vision of the lab is to do research on the border between fiction and fact, to create new, feasible scenarios for the society of tomorrow. The lab has an interdisciplinary experimental practice. The lab will conceptually explore what-if scenarios with artistic projects as well as conduct fundamental science and engineering to work towards realization of these scenarios. Academically, the group is rooted in the arts, robotics, artificial life and evolutionary computation, but generally the research agenda is driven by opportunities arising both within the science and art & design communities.

Goals

  • Through art explore new potentialities emerging from the development of science and technology
  • Develop commercially viable products and solutions
  • Develop human-in-the-loop design methodologies based on artificial evolution and artificial intelligence
  • Develop technology that enables new applications of robotics typically with a focus on empowerment and accessibility

News & Talks

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This week I'll be giving a talk about UnityVGDL, a port of the GVGAI VGDL framework with @unity3d ML-Agents integration. The framework is available here: https://t.co/h0V0JPHAZX

New @alife2019 paper on niche differentiation in soundscape ecology (PDF: https://t.co/YCkpaJhwZ8). Unfortunately, neither of us could be there but David made a great video that will be shown tomorrow and linked here. https://t.co/KNJClP1FxO

Watch as vocalizations from different species diverge after the first few simulated generations. Full talk at 12:00 in NUBS 2.03. #ALife2019 #HybridLife #SoundscapeSimulations
https://t.co/1ajGePgZ1x

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