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FIBERBOTSMIT Media Lab

FIBERBOTS is a digit­al fab­ric­a­tion plat­form fus­ing cooper­at­ive robot­ic man­u­fac­tur­ing with abil­it­ies to gen­er­ate highly soph­ist­ic­ated mater­i­al archi­tec­tures. The plat­form can enable design and digit­al fab­ric­a­tion of large-scale struc­tures with high spa­tial res­ol­u­tion lever­aging mobile fab­ric­a­tion nodes, or robot­ic “agents” designed to tune the mater­i­al make-up of the struc­ture being con­struc­ted on the fly as…

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Es Devlin to design interactive Poem Pavilion for Dubai Expo 2020

Brit­ish set design­er Es Devlin has been chosen to cre­ate the UK Pavil­ion at the Dubai Expo 2020, with a per­form­at­ive struc­ture that will use arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence to write poems.Called the Poem Pavil­ion, the struc­ture will be the first UK Pavil­ion cre­ated by a female design­er. It will fea­ture an illu­min­ated “mes­sage to space” made up of numer­ous AI-gen­er­­ated…

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Edmond De Belamy

The shad­ows of the demons of com­plex­ity awaken by fam­ily are haunt­ing me. Everything was so simple back then. Exhib­i­tion : Chrisite’s New York Own­er : Anonym­ous Auc­tionned Price : 432 000$https://obvious-art.com/edmond-de-belamy.html Christie’s sells AI-cre­ated art­work painted using algorithm for $432,0002018년 10월 29일 기사 An art­work cre­ated by Par­is-based art col­lect­ive Obvi­ous using arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence has…

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Frieder Nake

Frieder Nake belongs to the found­ing fath­ers of (digit­al) com­puter art. He pro­duced his first works in 1963. He first exhib­ited his draw­ings at Galer­ie Wendelin Nied­lich in Stut­tgart in Novem­ber 1965. His early work was influ­enced by Max Bense’s Inform­a­tion Aes­thet­ics. Until 1969, he went through a suc­ces­sion of increas­ingly com­plex pro­grams, from machine…

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4차산업혁명시대 예술과 기술의 미래’ 토론회

한겨레 신문 기사 ‘AI의 창작활동’, 예술의 위기인가 지평 확대인가2018년 11월 25일 기사 https://www.libraryonroad.kr/view/program_special/2931/ 11월15일 이화여대에서 열린 ‘4차산업혁명시대 예술과 기술의 미래’ 토론회에서 미학자 진중권(오른쪽) 동양대 교수가 프리더 나케의 컴퓨터 예술작품을 소개하고 있다. 수학자 프리더 나케는 소프트웨어 프로그램이 예술을 창작할 수 있다는 생각으로 일련의 작업을 해온, 컴퓨터 예술의 선구자다. 인공지능이 미술품을 창작하는 환경에서 예술과 창작 활동의 의미는…

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Dennis, a realtime generated 3D video

http://www.dennis.video/ Den­nis is a music video with music from popcorn_10 pro­duced by Always & Forever. It’s a gen­er­at­ive 3D exper­i­ence whose every move­ment responds to the song’s finest details. Each frame is cre­ated in real time with code—nothing is pre-rendered. An inter­act­ive cam­era allows you to explore the scenes, which are cre­ated pro­ced­ur­ally every time…

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AsiaHaptics 2018

http://asiahaptics.org/ Asi­aHaptics is a new type of inter­na­tion­al con­fer­ence for the haptics fields, fea­tur­ing inter­act­ive present­a­tions with demos. Asi­aHaptics wel­comes all attendees related to or inter­ested in haptic hard­ware, human haptic per­cep­tion, and oth­er haptic applic­a­tions, from not only Asia but also all over the world. The third con­fer­ence, Asi­aHaptics 2018, will take place dur­ing…

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Art that Imitates Art: Computational Creativity and Creative Contracting

Com­pu­ta­tion­al creativity—a sub­do­main of arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence con­cerned with sys­tems that rep­lic­ate or assist human cre­at­ive endeavors—has been the sub­ject of aca­dem­ic inquiry for dec­ades. Now, with recent improve­ments in machine learn­ing tech­niques and the rising pop­ular­ity of all things AI, com­pu­ta­tion­al cre­ativ­ity is a medi­um for crit­ic­ally and com­mer­cially suc­cess­ful works of art. From a…

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Samsung patent suggests video chatting with AR Emoji — The Verge

https://www.theverge.com/2018/4/23/17270758/samsung-patent-3d-avatar-video-calls The pat­ent states, “Exist­ing video com­mu­nic­a­tion sys­tems typ­ic­ally require high band­width and are inher­ently high latency as entire image sequences need to be gen­er­ated and com­pressed before trans­mit­ting the sig­nal to the anoth­er device.” It also states that people usu­ally can’t make eye con­tact while video chat­ting because the cam­era isn’t moun­ted dir­ectly in…

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