Joe Corneli

My PhD thesis focused on peer produced support for peer learning in the mathematics domain, and I co-edited a book that looks at the wider implications of these practices. I was thrilled to find my first postdoctoral research job in an artificial intelligence research group, where I'm studying “social creativity” (among other things). I type in dvorak, run Ubuntu on my MacBook Pro, and these days I try to stick to a schedule. See my CV for a summary of my professional history, and my publications for more information. Some current highlights can be found below.

What's new?

Some preprints:

  1. X575: writing rengas with web services
  2. An institutional approach to computational social creativity
  3. Teaching natural language to computers
  4. An Argument-based Creative Assistant for Harmonic Blending
  5. Modelling serendipity in a computational context
  6. Patterns of Peeragogy

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