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July 4, 2017 AT 3:00 pm

Artificial Intelligence: The End of Art As We Know It from The Most Famous Artist #ArtTuesday

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From Medium via Mashable:

TMFA has partnered with a group of anonymous hackers to build a proprietary artificial intelligence powered by big data capable of emulating and breeding art styles to produce high-quality original artworks.

The first images to be released utilizing this technology are a series of portraits of people whose jobs will be eventually eliminated by artificial intelligence.

These unique portraits resemble the methodical style Chuck Close was forced to adopt because of a health complication rendering him partially paralyzed and face-blind in 1988.

Read more and see more from The Most Famous Artist


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