CCU (Creative Coding Utrecht) invited Gene Kogan and Andreas Refsgaard to introduce the CCU community to a wide range of machine learning tools. During two days participants coming from a wide variety of backgrounds from performance and education to design and media art, took over Sensor Lab and got their hands dirty working with Wekinator, style transfer and a whole bunch of techniques that can be found on Gene Kogan's ML4A repository: ml4a.github.io/guides/
This video takes you back to these two amazing days that took place in May 2018 and also reflects on the importance of creative coding culture as creative and artistic practice.
This video is made possible with the kind support of the Creative Industry Fund, Sensor Lab.
Special thanks to Tanja Busking and crew for making this video.