When Google engineer Blake Lemoine asked to be moved to the company’s Responsible AI organization, he was looking to make an impact on humanity. In his new role, he would be responsible for chatting with Google’s LaMDA, a sort of virtual hive mind that generates chatbots. Lemoine was to ensure that it was not using discriminatory or hate speech, but what he’s claiming that he discovered is much bigger.
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Multimedia artist Kelly Heaton practices what she calls “creative electrical engineering” to make life-like circuits. Passionate about art and science since childhood, Heaton uses analog electronic hardware to produce printed bird circuits. These technological sculptures actually “chirp” and “sing” just like our avian friends, but with sounds entirely produced in an analog fashion. Akin to a vintage synthesizer, these dynamic sculptures show the life-like quality of technology.
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The American southeast is filled with over 10,000 caves rich in history. Indigenous people used these caves as their canvas, leaving behind a wealth of cave art. Until now, some of that art has remained a mystery due to tight quarters and mud buildup that has covered these markings. But a new study has shown how 3D technology can help reveal these mysteries.
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The history of Italy, home to the Vatican, is historically tied to the Catholic church.
In 2018, Google put their impressive artificial intelligence to use in a new way. People took selfies and uploaded snaps on the Google Arts & Culture app. The app then analyzed your appearance and found doppelgängers throughout hundreds of years of art history. Even celebrities jumped on the trend by posting their unlikely look-alikes. Now, your beloved pets can use the app with a new feature called Pet Portraits.
Ever since digital artist Beeple broke records with a $69 million sale in 2021, NFT has been a buzzword.
Since the conception of art, many paintings, drawings, and sculptures have existed in the physical world.