The Art in Artificial: Locating the Artist in Machines
Keywords:AI art, Deconceptualisation, Juxtaposition of Dissimilar, Aesthetics
With the advent of artificial intelligence there is very little that is left outside the purview of it. Art making, a specialism of human expression, is also something AI is venturing upon. The present paper is an attempt to analyse and contextualise art making in artificial systems. The study envisages to look into the ways and means by which these machines are able to make art and how in the present day context are not just competing but also sometimes faring better as compared to human made art.
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