Our fellowships are awarded annually to individual practitioners or organisations that are doing important creative computing practice, research or activism. We award projects that:
- get UAL students from across our colleges to collaborate in active project work and co-production.
- promote diverse voices, exploring exciting areas of computational practice.
Artificial AI: datasets, ethics and deep learning
Fellowship awarded to: Anna Ridler
This fellowship gave an introduction to machine learning theory and and practice and explored why looking critically at datasets is increasingly important.
It included Machine visions: art, AI and creativity, a public event which explored machine learning and creativity from researches, artists and scientists.
Designing a Feminist Alexa
Fellowship awarded to: Feminist Internet
In this 6 week creative learning programme, 53 students from across UAL imagined and prototyped feminist PIAs (Personal Intelligence Assistants).
It was a fantastic opportunity to meet new people and learn how to create fairer, more inclusive technologies.
Document 1. by CreativeApplications.Net
Fellowship awarded to: CreativeApplications.net
Students from across all UAL, explored creative coding with custom LED displays and innovative ways to apply new technologies.
At our public forum, practitioners discussed unique approaches to: algorithmic art, soft robotics, parametric architecture and interactive space.