Will Technology Ever Be Able to Replicate Artist Creativity?

By 2045, robots and machines will have taken over the majority of jobs according to Israeli computer scientist Professor Moshe Vardi. Speaking at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Vardi said the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) will lead to unemployment rates greater than 50 percent. One area where robots are already having a profound influence in the world of art. Android art critics, drones that respond to the movement of a pen rather than a remote controller and specialist software that creates art based on human emotion are just a handful of the technologies being introduced to the art realm. But what is the potential of machine art and will it ever outshine human creativity and imagination? The Turing Test Cannot Effectively Measure…


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