Interviews, podcasts and reviews of events and exhibitions on creative AI

BBC Click: Can artificial intelligence create Art? 

Click looks at whether AI could ever create an artistic masterpiece and interviews me during my exhibition at CogX.

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Serpentine Galleries: Luba Elliott on the emergence of the creative AI field

Elliott has been key to building and facilitating a community around this type of work with her well-known Creative AI London meetups and newsletter which she has been circulating since 2016. In this interview the three discuss the landscape of AI tools and how Elliott built a Creative AI community in London.

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The Guardian: Can a computer be creative? Chips with Everything podcast

Jordan Erica Webber and Ian Sample look at what it means to be creative, in a world where AI is starting to sell art at auction. Webber chats to AI art curator Luba Elliott and Sample speaks to author Leonard Mlodinow.

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Forbes Middle East: Creative AI Expert Luba Elliott Graces AI Art Hackathon In Riyadh

An AI art hackathon took place over the weekend in Riyadh, with 300 experts in data science and AI, graphic designers and artists competing to create visual arts using artificial intelligence.

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Further examples:

Inside A.I. Art, Lumen Prize, July 2020
Нештучне мистецтво, створене штучним інтелектом, Interview in Ukrainian magazine Kunsht, July 2020
Creative AI Podcast, S2, Ep1: Luba Elliott, SensiLab, April 2020
From Wetware to Tilt Brush, How Artists Tested the Limits of Technology in the 2010s, Frieze, December 2019
Can artificial intelligence ever be truly creative? ArtMarketGuru, May 2019
BR Interview: “Many art world and technology institutions seek to commission or exhibit AI art”, Business Review, February 2019
On Work – Episode 8: Algorithmic Superstructures, The Serpentine Galleries, October 2018