The digital magazine Artnome is a great resource for interviews with digital artists. Additionally, it presents well-researched information about deep learning. What’s best is that you don’t have to be a rocket scientist to follow these articles. Dive in – here are some links:
- DeepDream Creator Unveils Very First Images After Three Years
This article focuses on Alexander Mordvintsev, the inventor of DeepDream.
- AI Art Just Got Awesome
This article is a great read about AI artist Robbie Barrat and his generation of AI art with GANs (generated adversarial networks).
- The AI Art At Christie’s Is Not What You Think
Surely you’ve heard about the first AI art ever to be auctioned off. So, here’s the background story on its creators, the controversial French art collective Obvious.
- Machine Learning Art: An Interview With Memo Akten
Click on the link to find out about computational artist Memo Akten‘s take on deep learning and his work with emerging technologies.
- AI Artist Gives “Perfect” TED Talk As Cyborg
And there’s more. This article describes how artist Alexander Reben trained networks on penmanship, on voices, on fortune cookies (!) or on TED talks. Highly entertaining, spookily poetic, throught-provoking.
Finally, the showcased articles are simply appetizers. Artnome magazine contains so much additional material that you deep dreamers are sure to find interesting