Jason Palamara is an assistant professor of music technology at IUPUI. He specializes in the development of machine learning-enabled performance technologies for music and artificial intelligence-related music software. He is the founder and director of IUPUI’s DISEnsemble (Destructive/Inventive Systems Ensemble) and leads the Machine Musician Lab. With his creative partner, percussionist-composer Scott Deal, he designed the AVATAR, an application that uses machine learning to play along with live improvisation.
Areas of Expertise
Music technology, machine learning, artificial intelligence, A.I., ML, generative music, algorithmic music, music composition, autonomous systems, music performance, machine learning-enabled performance technology, machine learning-enabled music performance technology.