Two leaders in the field of machine learning assess its progressive potential for art and beyond

For over a decade, Mick Grierson has been leading research into creative applications of AI. As a co-founder of the Creative Computing Institute, he has helped to drive inclusive approaches to a range of fields: from creative coding to machine learning, and from sensing to software. In that time, Luba Elliott has become an essential curator in the field of creative AI, a term which Grierson first attributes to Elliott. At a moment when artists are rewiring the digital systems that envelop society, RCS invited them to discuss AI’s trajectory as a creative tool.