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Resonance – Open Sound Lab by S+T+ARTS ReSilence Artist Caroline Claus.

Artificial intelligence in sound studies and planning research: a re-discovery of sound ethnography

Opening: JanDate: May 3 – 2024
Time: 18:30 Brussels Time (CEST) GMT+2
Location: Public Library, Rue Mercelis Street 19, 1050, Ixelles – Brussels – BE

Caroline Claus, PhD
Nefeli Georgakopoulou, Paraskevi Kritopoulou and Georgios Loupas – Center for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH)

Urban sound artist and planning researcher Caroline Claus will present Sonic Drift CDA , an art-driven experiment in AI-based Sonic Geographic Dérivé as part of her S+T+ARTS ReSilence Residency.
In this talk, the artist will present her experiences and ideas on combining sound ethnography and AI technologies to study the effective sound environment of a mixed neighborhood block in Brussels North.
Nefeli Georgakopoulou, Paraskevi Kritopoulou, and Georgios Loupas from CERTH, will present a detailed overview of the models and algorithms being employed for human voice control in audio recording, source classification, and audio emotion recognition.
Following the two presentations, we invite you for a listening and reporting session exploring audio emotion recognition methodologies. A discussion on the implications of this approach and a work session preparing for a sound space analysis of the urban architectural complex of the public library will be included.