Artificial creativity: Can artists and audiences be machines?

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    Artificial intelligence in art is a subject that some approve of, others reject and admits multiple intermediate points. Its vertiginous advances unsettle, question and challenge many. That is why in CULTURAqueLADRA we address the relationship between AI and the creation of art and its impact on audiences with digital humanities researcher Leonardo Arriagada, who delves into the aesthetics of computer-generated art and defends creativity in art through artificial intelligence.

    Generative Adversarial Networks are a development based on code that allows a computer to create works from user-delivered material. However, the advance has reached levels where the machine creates works by tracking information. This is why in this issue we ask: are works created by algorithms considered art, can artificial intelligence be the creator of an artistic work, understanding that art has been inherent to human inspiration and/or sensibility, what is the art market like with artificial intelligence, and how does the human artist compete with the machine artist?

    Period27-Jul-2021

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    • TitleArtificial creativity: Can artists and audiences be machines?
      Degree of recognitionNational
      Media name/outletUniversidad Nacional De Colombia Radio/CULTURAqueLADRA
      Media typeRadio
      Duration/Length/Size27 min
      Country/TerritoryColombia
      Date27/07/2021
      DescriptionArtificial intelligence in art is a subject that some approve of, others reject and admits multiple intermediate points. Its vertiginous advances unsettle, question and challenge many. That is why in CULTURAqueLADRA we address the relationship between AI and the creation of art and its impact on audiences with digital humanities researcher Leonardo Arriagada, who delves into the aesthetics of computer-generated art and defends creativity in art through artificial intelligence.

      Generative Adversarial Networks are a development based on code that allows a computer to create works from user-delivered material. However, the advance has reached levels where the machine creates works by tracking information. This is why in this issue we ask: are works created by algorithms considered art, can artificial intelligence be the creator of an artistic work, understanding that art has been inherent to human inspiration and/or sensibility, what is the art market like with artificial intelligence, and how does the human artist compete with the machine artist?
      Producer/AuthorJoan Bocanegra/Jenny Rodríguez Peña
      URLradio.unal.edu.co/detalle/creatividad-artificial-los-artistas-y-publicos-pueden-ser-maquinas
      PersonsLeonardo Arriagada Arriagada Beltrán

    Keywords

    • creativity
    • artificial intelligence
    • art
    • audience
    • machines
    • cg-art
    • Colombia
    • Bogotá
    • Chile
    • radio
    • podcast