Creative AI Forum (in partnership with Scottish AI Alliance)

Join the Scottish AI Alliance & Creative Informatics for the Creative AI Forum, Thursday 13 June in Glasgow.

This event will showcase the potential for AI in the creative industries, while we come together to discuss how to ensure that our relationship with AI is rooted in trust, ethics and inclusion. By getting involved you can help shape the future of both the creative industries, and artificial intelligence, in Scotland.

If you are interested in seeing how artists and creatives are working with AI, join us to hear from the participants in Creative Informatics’ Creative AI Demonstrator Project.

The event will be hosted in The Boardwalk, Impact Arts, Glasgow:

14:00-16:45 Welcome & networking
Join the conversation on AI
Refreshments available.

15:00-16:45 Presentations
Hear from Creative AI Demonstrator participants about their experiences of working with AI.

16:45-19:00 Forum & Demonstrator Exploration Showcase
Join the conversation on AI in the foyer, and discover how people have been using AI in their creative practice.
Refreshments & light snacks available.

Guests are encouraged to join from either 14:00, or 16:45. For further information, please get in touch via

This event is free, but ticketed. Please let us know if you are unable to join after securing a ticket, to allow us to maximise the number of guests we can welcome.

Creative AI Forum (in partnership with Scottish AI Alliance)

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