Anna Jordanous, Ph.D. Column: Exploring computational creativity

Anna trained as a computer scientist and holds a PhD in computational creativity evaluation (Informatics, Sussex) and an MSc in Artificial Intelligence (Informatics, Edinburgh). She has conducted research in computational creativity, digital humanities, music informatics, computational linguistics and research evaluation. After post-doctoral research at the Centre for e-Research, Digital Humanities, Kings College London, Anna joined the School of Computing in August 2014.
On a less academic note (pun unintended?), Anna regularly attempts to inflict her own creative musical attempts on the ears of others, playing and performing music regularly in a variety of styles.

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