GAN – Generative Adversarial Networks

Neurons – Simulated Intelligence

The Centre Pompidou dedicates its recently opened exhibition to the topic of Artificial Intelligence. Terms like “Machine Learning” and “GAN Generative Adversarial Networks” have appeared in recent years in the context of art production. Similar concepts like neural networks emerged since the development of the first computers in the first half of the 20th century. A broader application in the art world only happened in the last years though, as comprehensive algorithms, so called “Machine Learning”, became widely available as open source. In our current exhibition we present four important artists in this field. Two of them, Anna Ridler and Mario Klingemann are included in this new show “Neurons: Simulated Intelligence”  at the Centre Pompidou. Interestingly enough, the Centre Pompidou talks about simulated intelligence in its title. It seems that for real artificial intelligence it’s still some way to go. For further information, please click the link below:

Centre Pompidou Neurons: Simulated Intelligence

Artwork: Courtesy Mario Klingenmann

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