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The round table panel on Arts and Creativity discussed impacts of digital technology on arts and creative humanities research in contemporary society, focusing also on challenges and changes brought by the COVID pandemic.  Scholars engaging in the fields of art and design, media communication, art history, language, culture, translation, and philosophy from the Hang Seng University of Hong Kong, the Chinese University, National Taiwan University, University of California at San Diego and Irvine, among others, served as contributors and discussants.  Topics included online performance and exhibitions as new forms of artistic creation and appreciation, digital studio and critique, social media, Arts Tech, the Metaverse and Meta sense, and AI. 

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