Show Arranged by Artificial Intelligence Goes on View at Tate Britain

August 29th, 2016

Sir Peter Lely’s Two Ladies of the Lake Family, via The GuardianThe Tate Britain is currently showing an exhibition of paintings and photography, paired together using an Artificial Intelligence program that evaluates works based on algorithmic patterns and logic systems, and assembles galleries based on that information.  “The team have created and trained a ‘brain’ to a point where it is simulating certain human attributes and unleashed it online – and it is creating a gallery,” says Tony Guillan, the producer of the IK prize.  “Without knowing it, it has created subjective meaning. By asking the question ‘how do computers work and think?’ you ask the exact same question of humans.”Read more at The Guardian