Computational Poetry Workshop: Making Sense of Work in Progress


Creativity cannot exist in a vacuum; it develops through feedback, learning, reflection and social interaction with others. However, this perspective has been relatively under-investigated in computational creativity research, which typically examines systems that operate individually. We develop a thought experiment showing how structured dialogues can help develop the creative aspects of computer poetry. Centrally in this approach, we ask questions of a poem, inviting it to tell us in what way it may be considered a “creative making.”

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@inproceedings{Corneli2015ComputationalPW, title={Computational Poetry Workshop: Making Sense of Work in Progress}, author={Joseph Corneli and Anna Jordanous and Rosie Shepperd and Maria Teresa Llano and Joanna Misztal-Radecka and Simon Colton and Christian Guckelsberger}, booktitle={ICCC}, year={2015} }