The C&C22 conference is sponsored by Adobe, the Centre for Creativity enabled by AI (CebAI) at City, University of London and Google.
All sponsors are Silver Sponsors. The conference’s organising committee thanks them enormously for their contributions to and enthusiasm for C&C22.
Creativity is in our DNA. Our game-changing innovations are redefining the possibilities of digital experiences. We connect content and data and introduce new technologies that democratise creativity, shape the next generation of storytelling and inspire entirely new categories of business.
More about Adobe is available here.
CebAI at City, University of London
CebAI was commissioned in October 2020 by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) and match-funded by City, University of London. It is a multi-million Pound project based at City’s Bayes Business School. The centre is led by Neil Maiden, Professor of Digital Creativity at Bayes and is committed to developing apps and ser- vices which enable people to be more creative. Our products are based on years of robust academic research into hybrid machine-reasoning techniques based on creative search, idea generation and recommendation. Our purpose is to develop tools that support users to easily generate new and useful solutions to ordinary, everyday workplace challenges.
You can read more about CebAI at City here.
Google’s mission is to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful, and we advance that mission every day in incredible new ways. Research across Google provides new ways of looking at old problems and helps transform how we all work and live, and we think the biggest impact comes when everyone in the world can access it. To that end, we use state-of-the-art computer science techniques to solve problems for our users, our customers and the world, making it easier for you to do things every day, whether it’s searching for photos of people you love, breaking down language barriers, or helping you get things done with your own personal digital assistant.
You can read more about Google for Academics here.