GAIG Game AI Research Group @ QMUL

Explainable Computational Creativity

2020
Llano, Maria Teresa and d'Inverno, Mark and Yee-King, Matthew and McCormack, Jon and Ilsar, Alon and Pease, Alison and Colton, Simon

Abstract

Human collaboration with systems within the Computational Creativity (CC) field is often restricted to shallow interactions, where the creative processes, of systems and humans alike, are carried out in isolation, without any (or little) intervention from the user, and without any discussion about how the unfolding decisions are taking place. Fruitful co-creation requires a sustained ongoing interaction that can include discussions of ideas, comparisons to previous/other works, incremental improvements and revisions, etc. For these interactions, communication is an intrinsic factor. This means giving a voice to CC systems and enabling two-way communication channels between them and their users so that they can: explain their processes and decisions, support their ideas so that these are given serious consideration by their creative collaborators, and learn from these discussions to further improve their creative processes. For this, we propose a set of design principles for CC systems that aim at supporting greater cocreation and collaboration with their human collaborators.

Cite this work

@inproceedings{llano2020explainable,
author= {Llano, Maria Teresa and d'Inverno, Mark and Yee-King, Matthew and McCormack, Jon and Ilsar, Alon and Pease, Alison and Colton, Simon},
title= {{Explainable Computational Creativity}},
year= {2020},
booktitle= {{11th International Conference on Computational Creativity}},
pages= {334--341},
abstract= {Human collaboration with systems within the Computational Creativity (CC) field is often restricted to shallow interactions, where the creative processes, of systems and humans alike, are carried out in isolation, without any (or little) intervention from the user, and without any discussion about how the unfolding decisions are taking place. Fruitful co-creation requires a sustained ongoing interaction that can include discussions of ideas, comparisons to previous/other works, incremental improvements and revisions, etc. For these interactions, communication is an intrinsic factor. This means giving a voice to CC systems and enabling two-way communication channels between them and their users so that they can: explain their processes and decisions, support their ideas so that these are given serious consideration by their creative collaborators, and learn from these discussions to further improve their creative processes. For this, we propose a set of design principles for CC systems that aim at supporting greater cocreation and collaboration with their human collaborators.},
}

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