Creative Computing Research
New knowledge for computer science, creative industry and the arts.
At the Creative Computing Institute (CCI), our research explores the application of cutting edge computer science in the creative industries and the arts.
We generate novel and valuable applications for computational research by developing new technologies and approaches. We want to ensure that these future technologies are shaped by creative thought.
Our Institute and its research is focused by 3 key themes:
- Creativity, Machine Learning and AI
- Human Computer Interaction and Platforms
- Big Data and Digital Citizenship
We welcome PhD applications in relation to these broad themes.
Find out more about our PhD programme and how you can benefit from studying with our world class computational researchers.
We are working with partners such as The Institute of Coding, Google, The Welcome Trust, Sony and Others. Learn more and get involved.
“What do you see when you see me?”
UAL Creative Computing Institute is part of an exploratory co-research project with learning disabled and autistic co-researchers. Together they have built multimedia surveys to learn about public attitudes to autism and learning disability.
Machine visions: an exploration of art, AI and creativity
UAL Creative Computing Institute invites the public to explore art, AI and creativity in ‘Machine visions’; a free, public event on 9 October at Camberwell College of Arts, UAL.
The future of music is here with Massive Attack-machine co-production
A potential game-changer for the music industry, anyone can now remix and generate their own interesting sounds simply and in high definition using AI software available via the platform of the UK sound research project MIMIC (Musically Intelligent
CCI invite the public to take part in ‘Document 1’
UAL’s CCI has teamed up with CreativeApplications.Net (CAN) to offer an exciting opportunity for the public to join cutting edge artists, designers and technologists in an event exploring how technology is expanding the potential of art and design