• 10 Jul

  • paul



PI: Alice Eldridge – Research Fellow in Digital Technologies, Sussex Humanities Lab, University of Sussex
Co-I: Paul Stapleton – Senior Lecturer in Music, SARC, Queen’s University Belfast

Humanising Algorithmic Listening (HAL) is an AHRC funded network which brings together experts with an interest in the applications and implications of machine listening from diverse disciplines including oral history, sensory ethnography, archive services, computer science, philosophy and music. The principle aim is to develop a critical and methodological agenda for the design and development of computational methods for audio analysis – listening algorithms – for future arts and humanities research.

My personal motivations for developing this network are described here:
BEYOND CONTROL: Improvisation, listening and distributed agency in human-machine musical ecosystems