About AIAMT ★

AI is transforming the world of art and creating new possibilities for artists. It has the potential to improve the creative process, help artists generate new ideas, and revolutionize traditional art forms. AI algorithms can analyze and interpret data that was previously impossible to visualize or understand. They can recognize patterns in large data sets and create original works of art based on these patterns. It is rapidly transforming the creative industry and offering new possibilities for artists, musicians, and creative professionals. While there is still debate about AI's role in creative fields, there is no doubt that AI has the potential to revolutionize the way we think about creativity and new ways of generating ideas.


All submissions will be peer reviewed by 2-3 reviewers, and all the accepted papers of AIAMT-2024 will be published in a SCOPUS/ EI-Compendex indexed proceeding.

Call for Papers


Generative Art

AI algorithms can generate unique and original artworks based on predefined rules or by learning patterns from existing artwork. These algorithms can produce paintings, sculptures, and digital art that exhibit creativity and aesthetic appeal.

Music Composition

AI can compose original music by learning from existing compositions and analyzing musical patterns. It can generate melodies, harmonies, and even complete musical pieces in various styles and genres.

Creative Assistance

AI tools can assist artists and musicians in their creative processes. They can provide suggestions, recommendations, and variations to help artists explore different possibilities and refine their artistic choices.

Image and Sound Analysis

AI algorithms can analyze and interpret images and sounds, enabling applications such as image recognition, audio transcription, and music analysis. These capabilities are valuable for tasks like organizing and categorizing large collections of visual and auditory data.

Interactive Installations

AI can be used to create interactive art installations that respond to the presence and actions of viewers. These installations can use computer vision and machine learning techniques to track movements, gestures, and facial expressions, allowing for immersive and dynamic artistic experiences.

Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR)

AI algorithms can enhance VR and AR experiences in art and music by generating virtual environments, creating realistic simulations, and adding intelligent interactions.

Key Dates


February, 2024

Submission Deadline


March, 2024

Acceptance Notification


May, 2024

Registration Due


April , 2024

Camera-Ready Paper Due

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