Feminist Computational Poetics and Experimental User Interface Design: An Interview with a Computer Science Junior Design Team, Part II
|Title:||Feminist Computational Poetics and Experimental User Interface Design: An Interview with a Computer Science Junior Design Team, Part II|
In this interview series with a Georgia Tech CS/LMC Junior Design team, we discuss the computational dimensions of poetry, authorship, gender, and language. This fun, wide-ranging conversation addresses everything from chance operations to biased algorithms to poetic structure to hacktivism to UX to aesthetics. The second part of the transcript, published here, focuses on the team’s engagement with feminist computational poetics and experimental user interface design. We discuss topics such as collaborative authorship, gendered algorithms, and the role of scripts, random probabilities, and errors in procedurally generated writing.
|External Contributors:||Alayna Panlilio, Ryan Power, Josh Terry, Alex Yang, Jeffrey Zhang (Georgia Tech student interviewees)|