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WASP-HS Assistant Professor

Kivanc Tatar

Kıvanç Tatar

As a WASP-HS Assistant Professor, Kıvanç Tatar will reinforce the vision of WASP-HS by promoting excellence and integration within humanities and social sciences, support research continuity, and nurture a new generation of multidisciplinary scholars and professionals.


Chalmers University of Technology

Research Project

Interactive AI – Ethics and Aesthetics of Human-Machine Interaction in Art, Music, and Games

The aim of Assistant Professor Kıvanç Tatar’s research project is to explore the integration of AI into real-time interactive and creative applications, raising ethical and aesthetic considerations. It investigates agency in human-machine interaction, questioning authorship and influence in AI-generated art and music. Additionally, it aims to redefine AI from a black-box tool to a collaborative agent in creative processes, addressing challenges in creativity, exploration, and human-machine interaction.