Traditional auction house takes on AI artwork
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Technology is enabling new ways to create and experience art. In the Czech Republic, a museum art campaign uses haptic virtual reality gloves to allow people with visual impairments to experience sculptures. Another example is a robot illustrator from Italy that produces personalised artwork on any surface. Now, French art collective Obvious is using artificial intelligence to create paintings that look like they were made by humans. British auction house Christie’s have prided themselves on being cultural stewards in the art world throughout their 252 year lifespan. Despite this weighty history of tradition, they will be auctioning Obvious' artwork generated…
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