A-MINT (Artificial Musical Intelligence)

A-MINT (Artificial Musical Intelligence) is the new organic soul of the electronic music. An Artificial Intelligence , unique in the world, able to duet with a human musician in real time, generating different melodies and harmonies like in a futuristic orchestra. A pianist with his piano together with the musician and creative artist Alex Braga that runs A-MINT will be present on stage. The talented international pianist Francesco Tristano will open the series of concerts in which several students of Conservatorio di Musica Santa Cecilia will perform too. The public can play with A-MINT during the intervals between the concerts.

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Friday 12 October
From 3.30 pm to 4.00 pm
Room 1 Sala Alibrandi pav. 10
Saturday 13 October
From 11.15 am to 11.45 am
Room 1 Sala Alibrandi pav. 10
Saturday 13 October
From 3.00 pm to 3.30 pm
Room 1 Sala Alibrandi pav. 10
Sunday 14 October
From 12.30 pm to 1.00 pm
Room 1 Sala Alibrandi pav. 10
Sunday 14 October
From 1.15 pm to 1.45 pm
Room 1 Sala Alibrandi pav. 10
Sunday 14 October
From 3.00 pm to 3.30 pm
Room 1 Sala Alibrandi pav. 10
Sunday 14 October
From 4.45 pm to 5.15 pm
Room 1 Sala Alibrandi pav. 10
A-MINT (Artificial Musical Intelligence)

Francesco Riganti Fulginei, Antonino Laudani

Francesco Riganti Fulginei is professor at the Roma Tre University (Rome, Italy), where he teaches and directs research in Non-Linear Optimization and Inverse Problems as a member of the Department of Engineering. Prof. Francesco Riganti Fulginei received the Ph.D. degree. He is author of several international publications and his research interests include Artificial Intelligence, Non-Linear Optimization and Inverse Problems applied to complex systems, in particular power electronics, magnetic devices and renewable energy.

Antonino Laudani is professor at the Roma Tre University (Rome, Italy), where he teaches and directs research in Scientific Computing and Inverse Problems as a member of the Department of Engineering. Prof. Antonino Laudani received the Ph.D. degree. He is author of several international publications and his research interests include Artificial Intelligence, Scientific Computing and Inverse Problems applied to complex systems, in particular electronic circuits, electromagnetic devices and renewable energy.


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