Google wants to find the art in artificial intelligence

What was once the view towards Chase, British Colombia James Temperton Google is launching a new project to see whether artificial intelligence can create art.  In a talk at Moogfest, a US technology festival, Google researcher Douglas Eck described a project that would seek to understand whether or not a computer can create art. Magenta, which will launch in early June, is part of Google Brain, the company’s deep learning research. Eck said the project was in part inspired by DeepDream, an artificial intelligent system trained to find patterns in pictures. [embedded content] Google AI generating music on a digital synth at Moogfest “There’s a couple of things that got me wanting to form Magenta, and one of them was seeing the completely, frankly, astonishing improvements in the state of…

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