Photo credit: AI Artists
Unlike other artists, Refik Anadol transforms pools of data into mesmerizing art. That’s right, when Anadol comes across an interesting data sets, they’re processed into swirling visualizations of how computers see the world by using artificial intelligence-powered machine learning algorithms. These techniques are used to filter and / or expand the raw material, which is then shown on large screens or projected onto walls and entire buildings. Read more for a video and additional information.
In the video above, we see Machine Hallucination, a 360-degree video installation comprised of 10-million photos of New York. These images were processed by machine learning to group photos and morph between them, resulting in flickering images of the city as recorded by many different people.
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When we found fire, we cooked with it, we created communities; with the same technology we kill each other or destroy. Clearly AI is a discovery of humanity that has the potential to make communities, or destroy each other,” said Anadol.