Machine-Created Painting

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A Machine-Created Painting is a painting that is a machine created artifact.



  • "BBC - Culture - Art made by AI is selling for thousands – is it any good?." In: BBC
    • QUOTE: ... They programmed the AI to start with, and then they chose the 15,000 portraits to train it on. Signing the painting with the Gan algorithm was a cunning bit of marketing – in no sense did the AI produce the painting on its own. ...

      ... Rather than asking whether a machine can be creative, perhaps we should ask: what would it take for us to believe in the creativity of a machine? Douglas Hofstadter, one of the grand old figures of the field, once wrote that “sometimes it seems as though each new step towards AI, rather than producing something which everyone agrees is real intelligence, merely reveals what real intelligence is not.” The same could be said of creativity: the more the machines achieve, the higher the bar rises – and the more we understand human creativity. “In the end, competition always forces us to get better,” said Klingemann. “To see what makes us as humans still special.” ...