The Compumanities: Technology's Foray into the Arts
Poetry, prose, sculpture, painting and music composition: Humanity's final frontiers beyond which no computer will ever go... right? Perhaps not. As technology advances and the dawn of true A.I. draws near, Machines are usurping creative domains once thought to be solely the province of man.
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- Brian Francis Slattery is an editor for the New Haven Review. He’s also a musician and published author whose new book, The Family Hightower, comes out September 9th
- Jonathon Keats is a conceptual artist & experimental philosopher known for creating large-scale thought experiments. From San Francisco, CA. His latest book, Forged: Why Fakes Are The Great Art Of Our Age, is out now
- Simon Colton is a professor of computational creativity at Goldsmiths College at The University of London with a PHD in artificial intelligence. He’s also the creator The Painting Fool, a semi-autonomous painting computer