A key question for the success of artificial intelligence is whether or not it is capable of being creative. In recent years, machines have been trained with existing materials to produce everything from music to art, and a growing amount of creative work is even made with the assistance of AI. In conversation with both a professor of mathematics and an artist, we will ask how the creative interplay between humans and machines will evolve and if a machine can become creative in its own right.
What you will learn:
- Can a computer be creative?
- How are artists utilizing AI in their work?
- How does AI affect our view of originality?
Anne Ridler, artist / UK
Marcus du Sautoy, Professor of Mathematics at the University of Oxford. Author of Creativity code / UK
Jessica Rosenkrantz, Nervous System / USA