Can AI Become the Next Michelangelo? | AI IRL

Machines can produce art, literature, music, poetry and more. But can this count as “creativity” when AI first needs training on the hard work of humans that came before? Or, perhaps all art is derivative and this is just the next step?

Bloomberg’s Nate Lanxon and Jackie Davalos are joined by internationally renowned digital artist Refik Anadol, whose exhibition Unsupervised is currently at New York’s Museum of Modern Art, as well as professional thinker and talker Jason Silva and photographer-artist Boris Eldagsen to discuss the realities and ethics of AI in creative spaces.

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