What artificial art tells us about artists. PhD student Leonardo Arriagada is researching the creation of art through AI

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    Can artwork be made by subjects other than humans? And, if so, can we still call it art? According to PhD student Leonardo Arriagada, the answer is yes. A student of the Faculty of Arts, he is researching how art is made autonomously through artificial intelligence (AI). This not only provides valuable insight into how humans create art, but it can also lead to an art revolution, he says. In February this year, he won the Noorden Digitaal Talent Award for his research.

    Period15-Mar-2021

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    • TitleWhat artificial art tells us about artists. PhD student Leonardo Arriagada is researching the creation of art through AI
      Degree of recognitionLocal
      Media typeWeb
      CountryNetherlands
      Date15/03/2021
      DescriptionCan artwork be made by subjects other than humans? And, if so, can we still call it art? According to PhD student Leonardo Arriagada, the answer is yes. A student of the Faculty of Arts, he is researching how art is made autonomously through artificial intelligence (AI). This not only provides valuable insight into how humans create art, but it can also lead to an art revolution, he says. In February this year, he won the Noorden Digitaal Talent Award for his research.
      Producer/AuthorThomas Vos
      URLhttps://www.rug.nl/news/2021/03/wat-kunstmatige-kunst-ons-leert-over-kunstenaars
      PersonsLeonardo Arriagada Arriagada Beltrán

    Keywords

    • cg-art
    • art
    • artificial intelligence
    • award