Someday, Robot Artists May Have To Explain Their Creations To Us

We all know that artificial intelligence is getting more developed every day. Increasingly, robots can think, and maybe even argue, for themselves. However, physicist Arthur Miller believes today’s technology might be more advanced than we think. Not only that, but art, previously thought the preserve of humans, might be in robots’ toolbox too. We’ve looked…

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Creative Skills ‘Critical’ To Preventing Robot Replacements In The Workplace

As artificial intelligence and automation innovates, so, it seems, should we. Exercising creative skills allows us to bring to the table what only we can in terms of abstract, free, untaught thinking. This endorsement from the tech industry places much-welcome value on alternative methods of learning and arts education. uniquely human skills John Fallon, Pearson…

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Robots And Poetry Come Alive At Black Imagination Conference

“BIM Incubator brings together participants from disparate fields of knowledge to think collaboratively about blackness and black culture in relation to architecture”. We love the idea of “scrambling” this architectural, technical acronym to provoke thought and self-expression in new ways as part of Black Imagination Matters. On a humid, grey morning at Princeton in a…

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