Art and Artificial Intelligence – Other Intelligences, spring 2020 (online)
Art made with AI has a distinct aesthetic quality to it that divides opinions. What role does the artist have in computer-generated artwork? How does the of human/machine co-evolution affect art? Art and Artificial Intelligence course discussed the ethical, aesthetic and social dimensions of artificial intelligence and machine learning in relation to art.
In the artworks the theme is explored by using the current AI tools in artistic practice and by suggesting new ways to think the changing human-machine relationship.
Enter to the Other Intelligences online exhibition here:
Alex Chen, Niklas Ekholm, Jennifer Kulke, Aleksi Laakso, Julius Lang, Tyler Liu, Balázs Nagyváradi, Viljami Narinen, Long Nguyen, Saara Niemeläinen, Valtteri Nurminen, Onni Paloheimo, Atreya Ray, Eleonora Rossetti, Susanna Saarikko, Aiswarya Sudhir, Monika Tuominen, Pekka Veikkolainen
University Wide Art Studies (UWAS) offers every Aalto student an access to art-based thinking, creative practices, and culture. UWAS opens a possibility to include art and design studies to one’s curriculum and broaden one’s knowledge and skills beyond disciplinary boundaries. This ensures that Aalto University educates multidisciplinary graduates informed in and knowledgeable of how art and creative practices shape and define the world around us. There are no prerequisites for UWAS courses, so students from all Aalto schools are welcome to participate.
Art and Artificial Intelligence is a UWAS course, which was held on Period V during the 2020–2021 academic year.