Melomics: A Case-Study of AI in Spain

  • Carlos Sánchez Quintana University of Malaga
  • Francisco Moreno Arcas University of Malaga
  • David Albarracín Molina University of Malaga
  • José David Fernández Rodriguez University of Malaga
  • Francisco J. Vico University of Malaga
Keywords: artificial creativity, algorithmic composition


Traditionally focused on good old-fashioned AI and robotics, the Spanish AI community holds a vigorous computational intelligence substrate. Neuromorphic, evolutionary, or fuzzylike systems have been developed by many research groups in the Spanish computer sciences. It is no surprise, then, that these naturegrounded efforts start to emerge, enriching the AI catalogue of research projects and publications and, eventually, leading to new directions of basic or applied research. In this article, we review the contribution of Melomics in computational creativity.

Author Biography

José David Fernández Rodriguez, University of Malaga
Postdoctoral Fellow
How to Cite
Sánchez Quintana, C., Moreno Arcas, F., Albarracín Molina, D., Fernández Rodriguez, J. D., & Vico, F. J. (2013). Melomics: A Case-Study of AI in Spain. AI Magazine, 34(3), 99-103.
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