François Pachet participates to the TEDxISTAlameda to introduce the Flow Machines project on Saturday April 8. Video will be available
Transition énergétique et révolution numérique Invited talk for Flow Machines at RTE (Réseau Transport Electricité, Versaille) about Energetic Translation and
François Pachet discusses as invited speaker the results of Flow Machines at the ENS (Ecole Normale Superieure)…
François Pachet is invited speaker at the Flow Machines to the Design Theory Workshop, as Flow Machines is an example of a creative method…
Cyberlex is an association where lawyers, politicians and experts meet to discuss important themes. To do so, this month the topic is Artificial Intelligence and its dazzling evolution…
Can you tell the difference between Bach and a computer? Discover it here and help us to evaluate our research!
François Pachet is invited speaker to present the Flow Machines project. François presents the future collaboration between music and AI.
Why the fairy tale by Andersen about a shadow is the perfect example of our relation with AI – and also the title of our ongoing music project.
AI makes pop music in the style of any composer (the Beatles too!)
At SONY CSL Research Lab, we have created…
Flow Machines participates to NIPS (Thirtieth Annual Conference on Neural Information Processing System, Barcelona, Spain, December 5/40 December 2016). with the workshop “Constructive Machine Learning”.
20 Septembre: Flow Machines participe au cadre du Nantes Digital Week: Un ordinateur remportera-t-il un jour un Grammy Award?
Extending a composer’s creativity with Flow Machines. A talk by François Pachet, Thursday 3 November at 4:45 pm, KIKK Festival, Namur, Belgium.
Join researchers to hear how computers can learn to compose music, as well as the results of their efforts, at the Vortex Club in London.
Flow Machines participate to the workshop will pave the way for a new interdisciplinary research direction: ZiF Workshop – From Computational Creativity to Creativity Science.
Gaîté Lyrique (Paris), October 272016: come see the Flow Machines in action at the Intensive Science Festival in Paris! Participation is free.
How do we perceive expressivity in music? Do we prefer inexpressive music or colorful music?
Help us to find out!
We had a great Reflexive Looper session with Michaël Ponton aka Miky Biky – lead guitar of the Dionysos – and our artist in residence Benoît Carré.
Enjoy our version of the 2014 hit “Happy” performed by the Reflexive Looper, with Benoît Carré and Marco Machini.
“Creativity research: Challeges and Opportunity” is the title of the keynote talk by François Pachet presented during the LIPADE Open Day.
“Towards an Augmented Guitar: the Reflexive Looper” is the title of the presentation by François Pachet and Marco Marchini at the symposium “Quand la guitare [s’] électrise !”.
“Un Ordinateur musicien”, a talk introducing Flow Machines during the International Symposium on Life Science, Information Science at the Cerisy International Culture Center (Sept. 17 -24, 2016).
François Pachet is editor of a new Springer book series about content generation technique, entitled Computational Synthesis and Creative Systems.
Flow Machines is now the the first comic with a soundtrack composed by artificial intelligence: Max Order!
Brain and AI: is artificial creativity possible? François Pachet provides answers in the field of music creation, with the Flow Machines project.
Reflexive Looper at Guthman! The Flow Machines Reflexive Looper has been as selected for the semi-final of the 2016 Guthman Musical Instrument Competition.
Flow Machines is the winner of the 2016 AAAI Video Competition (ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE).
Will artificial intelligence replace human artists? is the question discussed during the LIFT conference held in Geneva, Switzerland (February 10-12 2016).
Flow Machines participate to the Arts & Sciences Meetings (Rencontres Arts & Sciences : Neurosciences, Epistémologie et nouveaux Paradigmes) organised
The music of “Beyond the Fence” — and its plot, which centres around a group of women living in a peace camp protesting
Flow Machines in a Digital Society: the Digital is everywhere, it affects all areas of our life – law, health, security,