AI and the arts

A new era for Europe?

The 2024 European Parliament highlights emerging right-wing influence and pressing issues from climate action to youth voter disengagement.

Art is based on life, and AI doesn’t have one. That’s just one reason why the art community is uniquely well-positioned to show us the limitations of AI.

(more…)

Europe’s Renaissance sparked a flowering of free thought and new ideas in the arts and elsewhere. AI could too.

(more…)

Deepfakes are threatening privacy and security. Detection methods using deep learning aim to combat this but there’s a long way to go.

(more…)

Sexual deepfake abuse silences women causing lasting harm, and laws to protect them are inconsistent.

(more…)

While audiences and users need to be educated on the negative implications of deepfakes, the technology can also have positive impacts.

(more…)

Late stars of yesteryear on the silver screen again may be one way Hollywood seeks to use AI in film, but ethical qualms and potential legal disputes await.

(more…)

AI’s integration in the arts and creative industries sparks debates on ethics and innovation, challenging traditional artistic boundaries.

(more…)

Generative AI doesn’t like to credit its sources. For artists, that’s a problem.

(more…)