Automation, Artificial Intelligence, and the Arts

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Automation doesn't just affect the manufacturing industry. Technology is also revolutionizing the world of art, literature, music, and improv. But could automation and AI ever displace creative minds? Or are algorithms and machine learning just another tool for artists? The Agenda discusses advancements, challenges, and what the future could look like for technology and the arts.
Episode:
Can Machines Be Funny?; The Era of AI Art
Aired:
Mar 07, 2018
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