Enabled by artificial intelligence techniques, we are witnessing the rise of a new paradigm of computational creativity support: mixed-initiative creative interfaces (MICIs) put human and computer in a tight interactive loop where both take turns suggesting, producing, evaluating, modifying, selecting creative outputs. This paradigm could broaden and amplify creative capacity for all, but is today mostly developed and studied in game AI. This one-day workshop at CHI 2017 convened CHI and game researchers to advance mixed-initiative approaches to creativity support.
PAPER AND PROCEEDINGS Access the workshop paper in the ACM Digital Library. The proceedings are now published as volume 1907 of CEUR-WS and can be found under "Proceedings".
MICI 2017 is organised by the Digital Creativity Labs at the Universities of York, Goldsmiths, and Falmouth in collaboration with the Expressive Intelligence Studio at UC Santa Cruz, the Institute of Digital Games at the University of Malta, and the Playable Innovative Technologies Lab at Northeastern University.