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Can computers be creative? Do AI image generators such as DALL·E 2 mean the end of art?
Looking at different examples of computational creativity enabled by machine learning, this talk will aim to cut through the smoke and mirror effect surrounding the current narratives about ‘creative AI’. But it will also demonstrate some practices of machinic co-creation, in which human artists and engineers draw on robotics and AI to produce work that is both visually interesting and thought-provoking. Through this, the talk will raise broader questions about the conditions of art making and creativity today.
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This event is part of the King's Festival of Artificial Intelligence, running from Wednesday 24 to Sunday 28 May 2023, which brings together speakers, exhibits, performances, demos and screenings in an exciting programme of events. Take a look at the other events here.
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Professor Joanna Zylinska is a writer, lecturer, artist and curator. She is Professor of Media Philosophy and Critical Digital Practice in the Department of Digital Humanities at King’s College London. The author of number of books – including AI Art (2020) and Nonhuman Photography (2017) – she is also involved in collaborative publishing projects. Her art practice involves experimenting with different kinds of image-based media.