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Works by robot artist Ai-Da to go on display

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Art created by a humanoid AI robot will go on display at the University of Oxford.

The robot, called Ai-Da after the mathematician Ada Lovelace, uses a robotic arm and a pencil to draw what it sees with a camera in its eye.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-england-oxfordshire-48556654/works-by-robot-artist-ai-da-to-go-on-display-in-oxford?

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As well as producing art, Ai-Da also is the art. She's been created in part as a performance artist. At the moment, this means performing preset routines in which she talks and moves, or being remotely controlled by a human who can dictate her words and movements. Meller has ambitions for her to become at least semi-autonomous in her interactions with people.

https://www.cnet.com/news/ai-da-the-robot-artists-first-exhibition-has-us-asking-what-even-is-art/

 

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XenoFish

Sorry artist. You've been outsourced. Even the machines have taken your job.

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sci-nerd

Cool. A printer with an attitude.

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