AI & Creativity: BigGAN as a creative engine

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Truly, the year 2018 can be seen as the beginning of the creativity heyday made with/by Artificial Intelligence. Sure, the whole story begun earlier, Google Deep Dream was already a continuation of human attempts to use a machine for art. With the development of #AI, the production of art by digital entities became a fully new form — an interim state between author and tool. The attempts for use of Artificial Intelligence in the art world became controversially prominent in the summer of 2018, when collective Obvious sold an AI generated work at Christie’s (with some crucial copyright issues). https://twitter.com/artnet/status/1031881175005061120 In 2018, another key player from the subset of creative AI tools became…...

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Vlad Alex Vladimir Alexeev works as a Digital Experience Specialist at logistic corporation DB Schenker: his focus is mainly on Digital Transformation. Digital Customer Experience, Employee Experience, Social Listening, IoT, Blockchain, AI and other New Tech topics belong to his terrain. He is also writing a thesis about Historical Avant-Garde: Dadaism, Surrealism, Futurism is his area of expertise as well. He is driven by his affinity for transmedial storytelling, viral marketing, ARGs and mixed reality. In his articles, he examines the interconnectedness of all these topics. Speaking Russian, German and Japanese, he sees himself at home #everywhere, without any borders and geopolitical boundaries. He blogs and twitters privately as @Merzmensch as well. At DDI he writes as a private person.