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Saturday, August 18, 2018

Paintbrush meets pixel at India’s first Artificial Intelligence art show | AI - Livemint

This event is a call to action for artists to embrace AI. Let this not limit us, let’s not be in fear, says Raghava K.K., as Livemint reports.
‘Imaginary Landscape’ by Nao Tokui.
Photo courtesy: Nature Morte Gallery
Delhi’s Nature Morte gallery opened its doors to a one-of-a-kind show on Friday—India’s first Artificial Intelligence (AI) art exhibition.

From a series titled The Anatomy Lesson of Dr Algorithm that exhibits images of what artificial intelligence imagines the interiors of a human anatomy to be, to a video of artificially generated, grotesquely distorted human faces made by German artist Mario Klingemann, the exhibition provides unique insights into the visually-striking works that machines—in conjunction with human beings—are capable of producing.

Titled Gradient Descent and curated by 64/1, a Bengaluru-based AI research collective founded by Raghava K.K. and Karthik Kalyanaraman, the exhibition showcases the works of seven artists from around the globe.
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Source: Livemint