“Cacophonic Choir,” a work co-created by Hannah Wolfe, assistant professor of computer science, was featured in an ACM SIGGRAPH blog post. The project “amplifies the voices of sexual survivors’ stories … and uses machine learning through carefully spaced agents to demonstrate the effect of the mass media on survivors’ stories,” the blog reports. Click here to read the Q&A with the creators and learn about their “inspiration, algorithms, and audio.”

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