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AI robot artist recites its poetry at Oxford museum


Still Waters
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Ai-Da is thought to be the first artificial intelligence (AI) robot to write and perform poetry.

The android artist is currently reciting its poetry at Oxford's Ashmolean Museum.

It produced the poetry in response to the work of Italian poet Dante Alighieri who is being celebrated at an exhibition - 700 years after his death.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-england-oxfordshire-59510318

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With cameras for eyes and a robotic arm Ai-Da can also draw, paint and sculpt.

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1 hour ago, Still Waters said:

Ai-Da is thought to be the first artificial intelligence (AI) robot to write and perform poetry.

The android artist is currently reciting its poetry at Oxford's Ashmolean Museum.

It produced the poetry in response to the work of Italian poet Dante Alighieri who is being celebrated at an exhibition - 700 years after his death.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-england-oxfordshire-59510318

01:20 Video

With cameras for eyes and a robotic arm Ai-Da can also draw, paint and sculpt.

Related:

Very interesting.  Almost human looking skin, eyes and hair.  If the AI Robot can consider choices from her memory as to what to say...then the AI Robt can choose from her memory what to do.  At what point does an AI Robot become 'angry' and choose an inappropriate angry response.  So many questions about AI.

If we are afraid that at some  point all AI will integrate and seek to destroy us...should we have a Global AI Ban Initiative?

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14 minutes ago, joc said:

...should we have a Global AI Ban Initiative?

Yes. And, the main hub of the 'Global AI Ban Initiative' should be the state of Albania in Europe.

Al - Ban - ia  :lol:

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Nice but she is still a robot that operates on programmed responses which are compiled by humans.

When she paints, is she really expressing herself or just referencing files to compile something that resembles something a human could recognize and react to?

 

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