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Articles Tagged: Arts and humanities

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Computers and art in the age of machine learning

COLUMN: INIT

Computers and art in the age of machine learning

By Emily L. Spratt, April 2018

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Do digital computers dream?

DEPARTMENT: Back

Do digital computers dream?

By Vasileios Kalantzis, April 2018

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Negotiating science, technology, culture, and religion: the art and ideas of Laleh Mehran

SECTION: Features

Negotiating science, technology, culture, and religion: the art and ideas of Laleh Mehran

In this interview, the artist Laleh Mehran discusses her use of interactive installations to explore the relationships between science, theology, and technology. She also shares how her experience as an Iranian-American has shaped the structure and themes of her work.

By Jennifer Jacobs, June 2016

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Creativity + Computer Science

COLUMN: INIT

Creativity + Computer Science

By Nick DePalma, David Robert, June 2013

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The well-programmed clavier

SECTION: Features

The well-programmed clavier

A look into the workings of the Emmy and Emily Howell programs, including musical examples with pointers to where they can be heard as well as seen.

By David Cope, June 2013

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Making a scene

Making a scene

How can people and AI equally participate in creating something? How do they do it when they cannot edit or revise their work?

By Brian O'Neill, June 2013

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Women writers project

By Benjamin Fan, November 1999

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