When machine learning and the use of computers are emphasized in artistic research, in reconstructions, or in beauty contests, viewers often take the results to be scientific, objective, and unbiased. But they are not.
Lawrence Lek’s AIDOL tells the story of an AI composer making music in a world rendered in video game graphics.
“Facebook wants you to think the problem is video-editing technology, but the real problem is Facebook’s refusal to stop the spread of disinformation,” said Drew Hammill, a spokesman for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
The image tagging system that went viral on social media was part of artist Trevor Paglen and AI researcher Kate Crawford’s attempts to publicize how prejudiced technology can be.
As AI technology grows more sophisticated, neural networks can generate pictures people are comfortable looking at. It takes a surreal reject of an image to remind us of how differently a computer perceives the world.
The AI-powered art exhibition Forging the Gods portrays the interaction between humans and machines in a nuanced manner.
Digital technologies for games are developing at an unprecedented pace, compelling us ask how they are potentially shifting society’s relationship to intimacy and social interaction.
The robot’s new status raises questions about AI’s future, the treatment of women, and the meaning of citizenship.
Penny is an experiment in what high and low income areas look like to an AI trained on satellite imagery and census data.
Computer scientists at Rutgers University developed a system to generate artworks that were deemed more communicative and inspiring than human-made art.
The first special exhibition at the newly reopened Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science in Miami explores how brains, eyes, and artificial intelligence perceive the world.
Can artificial intelligence create art?