An AI Method That Could Make Art Easier for Everyone

Hear from Minghao Li, of PAII Inc., as he shares more about SIGGRAPH 2020 Posters selection “GAN-based AI Drawing Board for Image Generation and Colorization”, which enables the creation of pictures or paintings.

‘Cacophonic Choir’, the Sounds of Survivors’ Stories

The “Cacophonic Choir” team breaks down how they use machine learning to demonstrate the effect of the mass media on sexual assault survivors’ stories.

Interacting With AI ‘Inside the Classification Cube’

Go behind the scenes of SIGGRAPH 2020 Art Papers selection “Inside the Classification Cube: An Intimate Interaction With an AI System.” Researcher Avital Meshi shares how she explored one of society’s most frequently asked questions using artificial intelligence.

‘Homeostasis’ and Human Interference

In SIGGRAPH 2020 Art Gallery selection, “Homeostasis,” Emil Polyak uses complex coding and development to narrate the human impact on climate change, as told by data.

Understanding the Inescapable Digital Landscape Through Art

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In today’s digital world, it can be difficult to understand what we are consuming and how it makes us feel. “TransVision: Exploring the States of the Visual Field in the Age of Extreme Augmentation” is an art installation that presents three perceptual machines which question the habitual ways we interpret the visual world, intervened by digital media.