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Splash Biography



JI-SUNG KIM, Princeton student working on thinking machines




Major: COS

College/Employer: Princeton

Year of Graduation: 2018

Picture of Ji-Sung Kim

Brief Biographical Sketch:

Ji-Sung is studying at the Department of Computer Science, and Center for Statistics & Machine Learning at Princeton University. His work on creating artificial intelligence systems for music generation has been featured by The Guardian, Andreessen Horowitz, Aeon Magazine, HackerNews, and other outlets (see deepjazz.io).



Past Classes

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M400: Machine Learning & Art: How AI is changing how we create & interact with art in Splash Spring 2017 (Apr. 29, 2017)
Can machines dream? Can they compose symphonies? In this class, we will discuss specific projects which tackle these questions -- no prior technical knowledge necessary. The first part of this class will be to provide an overview of current machine learning (low-level artificial intelligence) technologies. During the the latter half, we will discuss interesting applications of these machine learning technologies to art generation and interpretation.