Computational Creativity in Natural Language Generation

As part of my research fellowship, I organised a workshop at the International Conference on Natural Language Generation. Along with the organising committee, I selected papers that worked toward creative goals within the field of NLG. Workshop Description CC-NLG is a workshop on Computational Creativity through natural language generation, collocated¬† with INLG, the International Conference […]

International Conference on Computational Creativity 2017, Atlanta, USA

Within the framework of my research fellowship, I presented my research at ICCC as part of a workshop for doctoral candidates. This was immensely useful and rewarding experience, where more established researchers within the field took the time to contribute to the work of less experience doctoral candidates like myself. Abstract AIStories is a proposed […]

Generating Interactive Narratives from Wikipedia Articles

Within the framework of the research fellowship I began in January 2017, I presented my research so far to a conference on Digital Humanities in Utrecht, DHBenelux. Paper Extract Stories play a vital role in the lives of children. The alternative worlds they produce encourage imagination and creativity, but also transform knowledge into structures that […]

Research Fellowship in Computational Linguistics

In January 2017 I will begin a one year research fellowship at Clips, a computational linguistics research group, at The University of Antwerp. As well as learning about this interesting subfield of artificial intelligence, I will assist on the ‘Story Table’ project; an applied project developing autonomous story agents to be used within paediatrics. The […]