I have a new journal article in this issue of the ACM Transactions on Applied Perception, titled Affective Calibration of Musical Feature Sets in an Emotionally Intelligent Music Composition System. Yes, it's a bit of a mouthful! The paper basically details a large part of the artificial intelligence processes involved in the MIdAS brain-computer music interfacing project. There is a follow-up paper in proc which will give a bit more detail about the neural network approach in action, but for now you can find out more details in the ACM Digital Library. The same team also has a forthcoming conference paper Affective Brain Computer Music Interfacing: A Case Study Of Use By An Individual With Huntington’s Disease to be presented at the 7th Graz BCI conference, Austria, later this year. Citations for both are available from the writing page of my site.
Finally, I am looking forward to making a couple of big announcements regarding a big move this summer, but for now, as I mentioned in the last entry, next week I will be at the KOSMOS dialogue at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, so if you are going along do say hello.
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