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Wall art, poetry, music and even movies: this is how AI is transforming the creative industry

In a previous article we discussed how Artificial Intelligence is pushing the boundaries of art, and how collaboration between humans and AI is enriching the creative industries. Although the term "AI Art" is often used to refer to wall art made by Artificial Intelligence, the rise of these generative techniques has impacted other artistic domains such as musicpoetry and even film.

Wall Art. After a portrait made by AI was sold at auction at Christies for almost $500k, we have seen many other digital artists exploring this domain. Some of the most relevant pioneers in this field are Cueva Gallery (Ireland), D'Agostino AI (France) and, of course, our own gallery AImade.art (Norway) ;-)

Music. One of the emerging uses of AI nowadays is the generation of music in collaboration with humans. Two useful resources are MuseNet and Magenta, which are tools that allow you to create your own music with different styles.


Poetry. Robot poetry is becoming so good that, according to this experiment by Microsoft and Kyoto University, most people couldn't differentiate it from human poetry. One good example is Poem Portraits, a Google project where you can inspire a robot to create poetry. This is the personalized poem we got:

Your serendipity can throw 
the waters of the sun.
Our ignition stars
discover the wild waves


Movies. 
There are even movies already directed, written and even performed by AI, but don't expect a masterpiece (yet). This one is called Zone Out and it is worth watching (6 min):


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