AI as an Art Advisor

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AI as an Art Advisor

While many in the art market may think their field may be immune to Artificial Intelligence (AI)-driven algorithms, some tech companies are making inroads into the sector. Online marketplaces are using AI to assist artists in selling their work and to help collectors find pieces for purchase. Here ...

How Artificial Intelligence Will Disrupt the Art Market in the Next 10 Years

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How Artificial Intelligence Will Disrupt the Art Market in the Next 10 Years

Charles decided he was tired of staring at the bleak concrete walls of his new Manhattan studio apartment. He called out to his home smart device, “Forbin, I need some art for the walls. Something original. Maybe three pieces, “Access all available modern art pieces on online art markets that ...

A.I. Protects Digital Rights

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A.I. Protects Digital Rights

Christy Turner was angry that her exotic photo shoot of the volcanic island of St. Helena had appeared on the cover of the island’s tourist magazine without her permission. It wasn’t the first time her work had been pilfered, though. She had used online services Copypants and Pixsy to find the ...

Computer Vision Eyes Art Markets

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Computer Vision Eyes Art Markets

The term Computer Vision conjures up the image of the metal eyeballs of the Terminator robot flashing in malevolence as they target their prey. Instead, the nascent Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) technology is bringing a level of understanding and categorization to images that is opening the art ...

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Artificial Intelligence Creates Art at a Stroke

It’s difficult to determine what is more disconcerting: that an exhibit purposely displayed a fake Rembrandt, or that an Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) program painted it – or, rather, generated it on a 3D printer. The effort was the result of an 18-month-long collaboration between several ...

Artificial Intelligence and Art Forgery

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Artificial Intelligence and Art Forgery

In July 2017 Genoa’s Palazzo Ducale shut down its Modigliani exhibition of 60 works three days before the display’s official closing date. One-third of the works attributed to the artist were fakes.  If art professionals had had Artificial Intelligence (AI), would the museum have been able to ...