Human-machine co-creativity with older adults: a learning community to study explainable dialogues

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Abstract

This position paper is part of a long-term research project on human-machine co-creativity with older adults. The goal is to investigate how robots and AI-generated content can contribute to older adults’ creative experiences, with a focus on collaborative drawing and painting. The research has recently started, and current activities are centred around literature studies, interviews with seniors and artists, and developing initial prototypes. In addition, a course “Drawing with Robots”, is being developed to establish collaboration between human and machine learners: older adults, artists, students, researchers, and artificial agents. We present this course
as a learning community and as an opportunity for studying how explainable AI and creative dialogues can be intertwined in human-machine co-creativity with older adults.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationIthaca, NY
PublisherCornell University
Number of pages3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 13 Sept 2023

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