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Johnny DiBlasi

Author: Heather Sauer | Image: Heather Sauer

“Tuning Topological Morphologies: Creative Processes of Natural and Artificial Cognitive Systems,” a book chapter by Johnny DiBlasi, assistant professor of art and visual culture, has been published in The Language of Creative AI: Practices, Aesthetics and Structures.

Part of the Springer Series on Cultural Computing, the book offers a range of perspectives to discuss creative artificial intelligence, from technologists, artists, musicians, researchers and academics, and it presents a systematic thesis of the main role of AI with human creativity for the benefit of technologists and creatives. The chapter is an inquiry into how artificial intelligence has altered our theoretical framework in the arts as well as to explore the properties or the language of creative AI as exemplified through DiBlasi’s performance piece titled “432Hz.”