Pindar Van Arman Is Teaching Robot Artists To Paint Like Humans (HBO)

— The Singularity is the theoretical day that artificial intelligence advances beyond human understanding and begins to change civilization in ways we can’t conceive of. Many fear the Singularity. — It needs… wanna try the gray? — Not Pindar Van Arman. He’s doing his small part to make it happen by teaching robots to make art. He’s writing code that nobody’s seen before, and thinks his machines are on the precipice of creative autonomy. — Here is a De Kooning

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This 12-Year-Old Has Taken the Art World by Storm

(enchanting music) – [Aelita] Sometimes they say, “Oh, a kid did it, it’s not worth anything.” Lots of people say that 12 year olds are such an annoying age. Critics say that I’m like Jackson Pollock. And they say it as a compliment, but I want to be known for my own style, not being compared to someone else. – [Narrator] This Great Big Story was made possible by Lego, play her way. (upbeat string music) My name is Aelita

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Jellyfish Sting Pee Paramedic (ft. Gus Johnson) – Mini-Mocks

The only thing scarier than getting stung by a jellyfish is having nobody to pee on you. Well, that’s where I come in. My name is Vince Amico and I’m a jellyfish sting, piss paramedic. Most people just call me Piss Boy, though. At first, some beach goers were a little uncomfortable with my method of treatment, but as soon as they get stung they quickly warm up, partially because of the pee. I might not be a trained professional

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A Canadian painter risks everything to break into New York’s art market | Fisk: The New York Opening

(honk) – When I was younger, when I was in school, I had a hard time. I didn’t fit into the stream. And I got kicked out of schools, expelled, suspended… I don’t know how many times. So what I needed, thankfully, was some sort of way to define myself, give myself an identity. Fortunately, my mother put me into lessons when I was, I think, seven. I always say that if I didn’t have my art, I’d probably be

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NEVER TOO SMALL ep.3 Micro apartment design Cairo Studio

I live here with my partner and my medium-sized dog it’s a 24 square meter apartment and we seem to get along fine Cairo apartments it’s an art deco building completed in 1936 and designed by Best Overend with details of ocean liners and ships I was interested in creating a suite of different spaces rather than completely clearing out walls and doors and turning it into one big space and to draw focus on the existing details of the

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Industrial Design for Outer Space

[COMPUTER MUSIC] EVAN TWYFORD: Three dimensional design for me was always kind of the greatest form of creation. Being able to take an idea from that very tiny amount of energy, being this idea in your head, and then formulating that into a fully functional three-dimensional product. Take that a step further, I always kind of wanted to design the ultimate three dimensional object, right? And so designing space vehicles, to me, was like that ultimate form of creation. It’s

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The Evolution of Art (and how it Shaped the Modern World)

Art. It’s a word that is associated with a great deal of professions in today’s world and your thoughts as to what it pertains to will vary, as well your feelings towards it. Some choose to admire art, to study it vigorously, to display their talent with glee or reluctance and others might choose to deny art as being a part of their lives. Throughout history however, art has had a critical role in shaping the modern world as it

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The Best Drip Ink in Graffiti: KRINK

CRAIG COSTELLO: I never studied painting. All my experience with putting paint on something came from graffiti. And the kind of graffiti I did was always really simple. As I started to paint in a studio, I would paint these letters and straight lines and everything. And I would try to make it perfect, and it just drove me insane. I grew up in New York. I’m from Queens, Forest Hills. And I grew up, I was a teenager in

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