* 1972, currently based: London, UK
Affiliated institution: Soda Creative Ltd
Ed grew up playing with computer programming, with his first software title being published at the age of 17. Following a degree in Architecture at the University of Liverpool, Ed undertook the MA in Digital Arts at the Middlesex University Centre for Electronic Arts. His MA thesis on computer models of young children's drawing behaviour was subsequently developed into an ongoing PhD research project into artificial intelligence, dynamical systems, and developmental psychology. After three years of research and teaching at the Centre for Electronic Arts, Ed joined Soda Creative Technologies Ltd (www.soda.co.uk) as Research and Development Director in 1998 and was the original author of the Java toy sodaconstructor (www.sodaplay.com/constructor).
2001 BAFTA interactive entertainment award for Interactive Arts for "sodaconstructor"
1998 Research and Development Director at Soda Creative Technologies Ltd.
1995 Researcher and teacher at the Middlesex University Centre for Electronic Arts, UK
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Burton, Ed. »Artificial Innocence: Interactions between the Study of Children's Drawing and Artificial Intelligence.« Leonardo 30, no. 4 (1997): 301-309.