Can an Artificial Intelligence create art?

  • caia
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Hello all,

I've been experimenting with new ways of creating art using an Artificial Intelligence. Of course machines do not have feelings like we do. But what if there was a way to combine the emotions of Humans with the efficiency of machines? It might sound very futuristic, but this is the current time we live in. You can imagine this as a new tool for creating art or perhaps a new form of art.

The way it works is very simple. The AI creates paintings and then asks the users for feedback. Based on the results, the AI creates new paintings which are closer to what the users like. And the cycle repeats itself.

So far the results are intriguing. Very abstract, but also not what you would normally expect from a machine.

I'm curious. What do you think? Is this an avenue worth pursuing?


You can have a look of how it all works here: http://www.caia.site
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  • Paralabs
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Post 3+ Months Ago

It seems to me a very interesting idea, maybe it will be a huge success.
  • Gray539
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It produces some interesting patterns, but I'm not sure you could make any money at it.
  • spork
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Looks similar to Artwork Evolution :)
  • caia
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Thank you Paralabs, Gray539 and spork for your feedback!


I particularly like the printed aluminum plates of Artwork Evolution. It does give a great modern and organic feel to a place.

I was thinking of doing the same thing. But I also thought the patterns would be great on printed textile.

Perhaps the best would be to sell the digital images for 1$ each and let the users decide what they would prefer to do with it.

Or perhaps it would be better to sell as an end product?

What do you think?
  • Gray539
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Post 3+ Months Ago

You could always try sell a few of the ones you like at the sites that sell prints, like CafePress.
That would let you know if there was any interest and it wouldn't cost you anything.
  • paul89
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What an interesting idea to allow artificial intelligence create sth new, especially arts:) go ahead with this project.

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