The MusAI research program comprises a large interdisciplinary team of early career and leading researchers and practitioners based around the world

Research team members comes from digital anthropology and sociology, musicology, science and technology studies, digital media and critical data studies, music composition and music research, computer science, computational creativity and music information retrieval.

Our Advisory Board brings expertise from these fields, from musicians working critically with AI, and from industry.  

Core research team

Georgina Born
(University College London)
Principal Investigator
Oliver Bown
(University of New South Wales, Sydney)
Aaron Einbond
(City University, London)
Artemi-Maria Gioti
(University College London)
Christopher Haworth
(University of Birmingham)
Darci Sprengel
(King’s College London)


Fernando Diaz
(McGill University; Mila; Google)
Eric Drott
(University of Texas, Austin)
Andres Ferraro
(McGill University; Pandora)
Gustavo Ferreira
(McGill University)
Rebecca Fiebrink
(University of the Arts, London)
Owen Green
(Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics; UCL)
Jonathan Sterne
(McGill University)
Bob L.T. Sturm
(KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm)

Advisory Board

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