Kazjon Grace · ICCC'20
Modalities, Styles and Strategies: An Interaction Framework for Human–computer Co-Creativity
Co-creativity research is thriving in a wide variety of domains, but we lack the vocabulary to talk about capabilities and progress across all those domains. We propose a framework to facilitate comparing how co-creative systems augment creativity. We draw on domain-agnostic concepts in interaction design research. Our framework describes the different aspects of interactions between one or more humans and their computationally creative collaborators at three levels: interaction modalities, interaction styles and interaction strategies.
Multiple speakers · ICCC'20