Computer program creates 3D printed artwork (after 2.5 million attempts)

Jun 22, 2016 | By Benedict Computers scientists from the IT University of Copenhagen and the University of Wyoming have developed an AI ‘artist’, capable of creating 3D printed artworks. The program uses deep learning and innovation engines to create 3D artifacts without human input. All across the world, 3D printing is being used to make art. From unique design innovations by Neri Oxman and Stratasys all the way to provocative 3D printed models by Megumi Igarashi, 3D design tools are all set to be the paintbrushes of the future. Behind the large majority of additively manufactured artworks, however, is a human artist. But does there need to be? That is a question being asked by Joel Lehman and Sebastian Risi, both of the IT University of Copenhagen, and Jeff…


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