Tag: understanding

  • Attributing art. Understanding art. Making art?!

    Attributing art. Understanding art. Making art?!

    AI used to analyze and attribute art. (1) Computers analyzing art. Categorizing it. Attributing it. Computers understanding art. Computers destroying art. Only because they understood it. While it is not meant to be understood. But can’t you see? This means that they didn’t understand it after all! Weird cosmos. Full of people. Full of computers. […]

  • Creative AI… Dull humans…

    Creative AI… Dull humans…

    In October 2018, a portrait of Edmond Belamy sold at Christie’s in New York for $432,500, nearly 45 times its maximum estimated price. Nothing that out of the ordinary, perhaps. Except Belamy didn’t exist. He was the fictitious product of the artist’smind – and the mind that created him wasn’t even human. Signed in the […]

  • Predict. What you can never understand…

    Predict. What you can never understand…

    Artificial intelligence can predict premature death, according to a study. Computers which are capable of teaching themselves to predict premature death could greatly improve preventative healthcare in the future, suggests a new study by experts at the University of Nottingham. The team of healthcare data scientists and doctors have developed and tested a system of […]

  • Μπορείς να με καταλάβεις;

    Μπορείς να με καταλάβεις;

    As two people speak, their brains begin to work simultaneously, synchronizing and establishing a unique bond. This is what in neuroscience is called brain synchronization. New research by the Basque Center on Cognition, Brain and Language (BCBL) in San Sebastián and published in Cortex magazine confirms that this phenomenon depends on the language we use […]

  • The limits of AI…

    The limits of AI…

    A team of mathematicians and AI researchers discovered that despite the seemingly boundless potential of machine learning, even the cleverest algorithms are nonetheless bound by the constraints of mathematics. Research showed that a machine’s ability to actually learn – called learnability – can be constrained by mathematics that is unprovable. In other words, it’s basically […]