Tag Archives: Machine learning

From the pyramids to Apollo 11 – can AI ever rival human creativity?

From the pyramids to Apollo 11 – can AI ever rival human creativity? Wonders of the world. Sam valadi/Flickr, CC BY-SA Tim Schweisfurth, University of Southern Denmark and René Chester Goduscheit, Aarhus University The European Patent Office recently turned down an application for a patent that described a food container. This was not because the invention was not novel or …

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How explainable artificial intelligence can help humans innovate

Understanding how artificial intelligence algorithms solve problems like the Rubik’s Cube makes AI more useful. Roland Frisch via Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA Forest Agostinelli, University of South Carolina The field of artificial intelligence (AI) has created computers that can drive cars, synthesize chemical compounds, fold proteins and detect high-energy particles at a superhuman level. However, these AI algorithms cannot explain …

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When the line between machine and artist becomes blurred

Mario Klingemann’s ‘Neural Glitch Portrait 153552770’ was created using a generative adversarial network. Mario Klingemann, Author provided Ahmed Elgammal, Rutgers University With AI becoming incorporated into more aspects of our daily lives, from writing to driving, it’s only natural that artists would also start to experiment with artificial intelligence. In fact, Christie’s just sold its first piece of AI art …

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