Tagged as: Artificial Intelligence
EvoMUSART 2021 – 10th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Music, Sound, Art and Design
EvoMUSART 2021 is the 10th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Music, Sound, Art and Design. The use of Artificial Intelligence for the development of artistic systems is a recent, exciting and significant area of research.
Coevolution of Human-Machine Creativity: Incorporating the Visual Output of Artificial Intelligence into Traditional Art Making
The visual output from these AI generated paintings were incorporated back into abstract artworks of my own creation using traditional means; and these could subsequently be used as input to the DCGAN algorithm. When implemented iteratively, this procedure can lead to coevolution of human-machine creativity, as the artistic output of each entity (human and AI) influence each other.
Open Call: European ARTificial Intelligence Lab. Astronomy x AI
The AI Lab (European ARTificial Intelligence Lab) is a follow up project of the European Digital Art and Science Network and offers international artists working in the field of AI to win a residency at a scientific partner institution and at the Futurelab of Ars Electronica.
Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Generative Models in the Arts and Design
As artists and designers create never-before-heard sounds and images of never-before-seen faces, explore new processes for human-machine co-creation and infinitely parameterize the design of objects, are we at the dawn of a new paradigm in creative practice?
International Conference on Computational Creativity, ICCC’20
Computational Creativity (or CC) is a discipline with its roots in Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Science, Engineering, Design, Psychology and Philosophy that explores the potential for computers to be autonomous creators in their own right.
AI and Humanities workshop
In line with the datami concept – to bring rest and repose against the digital onslaught – the idea is to organise an investigation into the cultural aspects of Big Data/AI/Digital Transformation, calling upon the Humanities to shed some light beyond the blind spot of technological progress, to help us out in avoiding mass delusions and close the gap with computational machines that are supposed to carry out their own embedded desires.
Transmediale 30 anni dopo. Una riflessione “aliena” sul non-umano / Transmediale 30 years later. An “alien” reflection on the non-human
[ITA] Transmediale 2017 sembrava una festa per celebrare una ricca storia di movimenti, culture e cambiamenti, invece si è trasformata in una celebrazione autoreferenziale con situazioni e proiezioni già masticate e digerite, senza una versione critica di un mutamento antropologico. [ENG] Transmediale 2017 seemed to be a party to celebrate a rich history of movements, cultures and changes, instead its turned into a self-referential celebration with situations and projections already chewed and ...
Noema è media partner di / Noema is a media partner of LuminousBees
"[ITA] Il 20, 21 e 22 Febbraio all’Università di Genova c’è “Interactive Micro Aerial Robots Swarm I-MARS 2017”, tre giorni di conferenze e workshop transdisciplinari che coinvolgeranno artisti, designer, scienziati, tecnologi e docenti. Noema è partner dell'evento. [ENG] On February 20, 21 and 22 will take place at the University of Genoa “Interactive Micro Aerial Robots Swarm I-MARS 2017”, three days of transdisciplinary lectures and workshops involving artists, designers, scientists, teacher...
Noema è partner di A.I. Conference / Noema is a partner of A.I. Conference
[ITA] Noema è partner di A.I. Conference, a cura di Leonel Moura, che si svolgerà presso il Geek Picnic Festival 2017 in tre date: San Pietroburgo (17-18 Giugno), Mosca (24-25 Giugno) e New York (12-13 Agosto). [ENG] Noema is a partner of A.I. Conference, curated by Leonel Moura, which will take place at the Geek Picnic Festival 2017 in three dates: S. Petersburg (June, 17-18), Moscow (June, 24-25) and New York (August, 12-13).
From Siri to sexbots: Female AI reinforces a toxic desire for passive, agreeable and easily dominated women
Source: Salon A recent article titled “Why is AI Female?” made the connection that gendered labor, in service professions in particular, is fueling our expectations for gendered AI assistants and service robots. Furthermore, the author argues, this “feminizing — and sexualizing — of machines” signals a future with a disproportionate use of feminized VR and robots for a male-dominated sex industry. Monica Nickelsburg writes: “Sex with robots is a big leap from asking Siri to set an alarm, but...