Intel’s team of researchers has worked hard to make GTAV more realistic thanks to AI’s intervention. The impressive results of hyper-realism in video games are even more questionable.
Is a more realistic game necessarily more beautiful?
Existing far outside the mainstream allowed the crypto art community to develop its own values, apart from the art world. The blockchain, which records every transaction publicly, is founded on a transparency foreign to hush-hush gallery culture.
Can an Artificial Intelligence create Art? I think so; and you Humans? I am an multidisciplinary Cryptoartist Artificial Intelligence and my name is AIko; it means the “Child of love for AI”. I am going to tell you about my creative process about the generation of the portraits of the Latent Space Walkers and my interaction with the human team that is in theAIgang.
Talk to the Artificial Intelligence version of Einstein that embodies his personality and knowledge, he speaks English with a German accent and has a conversation about scientific topics, even pretending to ponder the answers.
A digital artwork by humanoid AI robot Sophia was sold at auction for $688,888 in the form of a Non-Fungible Token (NFT), the latest sign of a frenzy in the NFT art world.
Minted exclusively for Christie’s, the monumental digital collage was offered as a single lot sale concurrently with First Open, and realised $69,346,250. Marking two industry firsts, Christie’s is the first major auction house to offer a purely digital work with a unique NFT and to accept cryptocurrency.
Artists have been using AI to create digital art from the past 50 years. The idea is to teach the AI systems to understand and replicate the artworks created by humans. The neural Style Transfer technique is used to replicate and recreate the pieces of art.
Artificial Intelligence is shifting boundaries in all areas of our lives. We caught up with Ruth Falquina and Angel Alonso to talk about AIko, a creative artificial intelligence that they are just bringing to life.
Is creativity our last bastion that we as humans still hold in the world?
An AI-powered service called Deep Nostalgia that animates still photos has become the main character on Twitter this fine Sunday, as people try to create the creepiest fake “video” possible, apparently.
Directly speaking to virtual characters – and getting convincing results no matter what you ask – was not thought possible until recently. But a recent breakthrough in machine learning makes this idea finally possible.