AI for Arts
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What is artificial intelligence? What is art? How does AI influence art?
AI for Arts is a book for anyone fascinated by the man-machine connect, an unstoppable evolution that is intertwining us with technology in an ever-greater degree, and where there is an increasing concern that it will be technology that comes out on top. Thus, presented here through perhaps its most esoteric form, namely art, this unfolding conundrum is brought to its apex, what is left of us humans if artificial intelligence surpasses us also when it comes to art? The articulation of an artificial intelligence art manifesto has been long overdue, so hopefully this book can fill a gap that will have repercussions not only for the aesthetic and philosophical considerations but possibly more so for the development of artificial intelligence.
Table of Contents
What is art and why art manifestos?
The human edge, why our weakness might be our strength in the battle against machines?
How artificial intelligence influences art
The artificial intelligence art manifesto
Niklas Hageback has an extensive background in artificial intelligence and data analytics. It has included in-depth work with data visualisation, design, Gestalt psychology, and the general principles of aesthetics applied on a broad range of AI applications. With a lifelong fascination for both the arts and technology, he has been pondering over the man-machine connect, and in particular how it will manifest through this esoteric juxtaposition. He is a previously published with bestsellers including The Mystery of Market Movements: An Archetypal Approach to Investment Forecasting and Modelling (2014), The Virtual Mind: Designing the Logic to Approximate Human Thinking (2017), The Death Drive - why societies self-destruct (2020) and Leadership in The Digital Age: Renaissance of the Renaissance Men (2020).
Daniel Hedblom has been working as a senior data engineering and artificial intelligence consultant designing data analytics systems and models for over twenty years. His professional passion is to observe and describe the world, peoples’ behaviours, and their manifests in ever evolving patterns and regards data and artificial intelligence as the enabling tools for this. Daniel loves art in all its facets but prefers to keep his own creative endeavours a closely guarded secret.