Agents Of Change: Artificial Intelligence – AI Art and How Machines Have Expanded Human Creativity, Adam Hencz, δημοσίευση στο Artland MagazineMarilena Pateraki
A new field of digital art is stretching the boundaries of creativity and disrupting how art is made. Artists build autonomous robots to collaborate with, feed algorithms with data, and train machines to generate novel visual works. They work with computer programs that mimic the human mind to generate a never-ending stream of unique artworks. Artificial intelligence has emerged as a desirable collaborator in artistic creation.
AI artists embrace the interplay between accident and control and use AI to find a balance between the two while developing novel concepts and visuals. We are already seeing it in pop album covers, gracing traditional art gallery walls, and expanding our notion of computer-generated art. AI systems can learn to compose original music in the style of Elvis Presley, generate paintings as if it was unique by Caravaggio, or even create motion picture and animation in collaboration with an artist. What is more, AI assistants can also help conservators recreate long-lost art historical masterpieces by analyzing artworks and learning the unique style of any artist that ever lived.
Read on to uncover more about AI art, discover milestones in its history and find out about accessible tools to create AI-generated images.
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