Check out the first robot art competition, where bots battle for shares of a 0000 pot

In an art contest where robots are the artists, the future of art and artificially-intelligent computational creativity is on display.Fourteen teams from seven countries contributed 71 entries to the first RobotArt Competition. Started by artist and mechanical engineer Andrew Conru, the event aims to highlight the technical side of art creation and promote AI, image processing, and robotics.There are two different categories for robot artists: Fully automated and manually generated. Automated artwork means the entire process is done by a robot, running autonomously without input from the human creators. Artists in the manually generated category are robots operated by humans, with no software controls in place. “Art is one of the signs of humanity, being able to let technology to share in its creation is one step along AI’s journey,” Conru…


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