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      Clayman Institute Artist's Salon: A Tribute to Ada Lovelace Exploring AI and Human Expressivity in Stanford


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      February 13, 2020

      Thursday   4:15 PM

      450 Serra Mall
      Stanford, California 94305

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      Clayman Institute Artist's Salon: A Tribute to Ada Lovelace Exploring AI and Human Expressivity

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      The Artist’s Salon presents Patricia Alessandrini, assistant professor in the Department of Music’s Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics. She will discuss Ada’s Song, a composition for mezzo-soprano, ensemble, and a piano automata system employing artificial intelligence. In addition to using AI to generate musical material, it attempts to make real-time machine learning processes comprehensible to the public. Audio and video excerpts of a November 2019 performance of Ada’s Song will be shown, in addition to live demonstrations of the machine-learning processes. The work is named for Ada Lovelace, a 19th-century mathematician who wrote what many consider the first computer program.

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