The Conference on AI and Music Creativity is an annual conference bringing together a community working on the application of AI in music practice. The AI and music community is a highly interdisciplinary community with a background in diverse fields of research and practice. This makes the AIMC exciting with topics ranging from performance systems, computational creativity, machine listening, robotics, sonification, and more.
This year the conference is held at The University of Oxford.
For the 2024 conference we will explore the links between music AI and adjacent domains. What can we learn from research in other domains? What can we offer people outside of the music AI community?
The programme will include research papers, performances, demos, posters, panel discussions, workshops and keynote presentations.
The conference will be hosted at Oxford University. The majority of the activities will take place at Wolfson College but we will also be hosted by the Music Faculty, and the new Jesus College Cheng Kar Shun Digital Hub. The conference is further supported by TORCH - The Oxford ResearchCentre in the Humanities.
For information about previous conferences and open access proceedings, please check the AIMC website (https://aimusiccreativity.org)