Three new short online courses launch this month on the FutureLearn platform introducing skills and concepts around creative AI, accessible design and UX and inclusive design.
Developed by UAL Creative Computing Institute in conjunction with the Institute of Coding, the courses are led by the Institute's Mick Grierson and Dr Charlotte Webb. Anyone can register with FutureLearn and take the courses for free.
- Introduction to Creative AI (2 weeks)
- Introduction to UX and Accessible Design (2 weeks)
- Design a Feminist Chatbot (4 weeks)
These are the first in a series of new online courses from Creative Computing Institute. More in depth, 4-week follow-up courses in practical machine learning for creatives will be coming online in June.
More about the Introduction to Creative AI course
UAL Creative Computing Research Leader Mick Grierson talks about the Introduction to Creative AI course, who it's for and why now is a great time to learn about the opportunities that AI brings to the creative sector.
Who is the course for?
Why is it important to show the potential of AI within the creative sector?
Why should creatives care about AI and how it is being adopted within the creative industries?
What kinds of career development are we seeing from those already combining their creative practise and AI?
What can I do after?
I haven't taken a FutureLearn course before, what can I expect?
Read about using FutureLearn and how user accounts and courses work on the platform.