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Wolfram Summer School


Rian Shams

Technology and Innovation

Class of 2017


Rian Shams is a systems science PhD candidate at Binghamton University, New York. His research interests include machine intelligence and computational creativity. In addition, he is a functional programming enthusiast with some experience using various Lisp dialects (such as Scheme, Racket and Clojure), as well as the Wolfram Language.

Computational Essay

A Musical Keyboard »

Project: An Intelligent Musical Keyboard

Goal of the project:

Build an interactive musical keyboard that is able to generate music using hierarchical temporal memory to learn the sequential and spatial structure of sounds.

Wolfram Summer School | Champaign, IL, USA | July 3 29–July 22, 2022