Published on Fri Mar 22 2019

An Interaction Framework for Studying Co-Creative AI

Matthew Guzdial, Mark Riedl

Machine learning has been applied to a number of creative, design-oriented tasks. It remains unclear how to best empower human users with these approaches. In this paper we propose a general framework for turn-based interaction between human users and AI agents.

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Abstract

Machine learning has been applied to a number of creative, design-oriented tasks. However, it remains unclear how to best empower human users with these machine learning approaches, particularly those users without technical expertise. In this paper we propose a general framework for turn-based interaction between human users and AI agents designed to support human creativity, called {co-creative systems}. The framework can be used to better understand the space of possible designs of co-creative systems and reveal future research directions. We demonstrate how to apply this framework in conjunction with a pair of recent human subject studies, comparing between the four human-AI systems employed in these studies and generating hypotheses towards future studies.

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