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AI systems can take notes, beats, tempos... from 100s of different musical pieces and put it into something that sounds…all right (check out the video in the article) https://t.co/UWT7tNQ9c5
What is art? The highly admired author, Margaret Hungerford, would argue that “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” Pierre Fautrel, the owner of the algorithm-generated print in the picture below, took this saying to heart. Fautrel bought the print for $432,500 even though it had never been shown in galleries or exhibitions before coming to market. Can you tell the difference between the original piece and the AI generated piece?
#AI and #MachineLearning can create one of a kind art pieces with very little input from a human. What’s next? Stay tuned for our upcoming blog post on our favorite AI Implementations.
An artificial-intelligence “artist” got a solo show at a Chelsea gallery. Will it reinvent art, or destroy it?
Is AI the next Beethoven? Well, not yet, but it’s coming! AI can’t create an award-winning symphony by itself, but its great at plagiarizing. AI systems can take notes, beats, tempos, and etc. from 100 different musical pieces and put it into something that sounds…all right (check out the video in the article).
#AI and #MachineLearning algorithms could one day create symphonies that are indistinguishable from human-made pieces, are you ready for that? Stay tuned for our deeper dive into this AI implementation and many others in our upcoming blog.