TechnologyAre AI robot selfies art?

Are AI robot selfies art?

With the new surge in artificial intelligence capabilities, more and more people are wondering what art is. AI images of text prompts in programs like DALL-E And the Midjourney Everywhere these days and constantly improving. The existence of an artificial intelligent robot called Ai-da also means that we have to ask what constitutes an artist. offered Ai-da A series of selfies At London’s Design Museum last year, and you can watch it in the video below. It continues to innovate art, so we mortals must confront how technology and creativity intersect.

We learned about Ai-da on Boeing Boeing. It is named after Ada Lovelace, the 19th century mathematician who is widely considered the first computer programmer. Ai-da’s metal hand can hold a pencil as she draws what the camera’s eyes see. Her programming dictates that she never draws the same thing twice. She has a silicone head, torso, and rocks many different hairstyles. Via a computerized voice, Ai-da even gave a TEDxTalk About herself, what her art means to humanity and the future of artificial intelligence.

Shield clients. Fans like me might be reminiscing about different Aida. Villain season four, and one of the best The whole seriesAIDA started as an artificial intelligent digital assistant. She desires to be real and transform herself and then the world around her for her own selfish purposes. She even declared herself Madame Hydra and eventually gained human feelings and inhuman powers. What could possibly go wrong? Hopefully this realism Ai-da won’t put robot hands on dark contract And headed down a dark path.

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Pop culture is full of creators asking what artificial intelligence means to humanity. Hopefully it doesn’t turn out that bad, or put us on our darkest timeline, now that we have the technology to actually film it.

Melissa is a science and technology writer at Nerdist. She never turned down an opportunity to talk about the framework. Melissa also runs ‘Science’ committees at conferences and co-hosts star Wars, a podcast about science and Star Wars. follow her Twitter Melissatruth.



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