Algorithmic research project
Since 2016 (work in progress)

ARCU (Artificial Curator) is an algorithmic system researching in the thematic field of artificial intelligence in contemporary and future art. ARCU shares relevant news, projects and articles with the world on a daily basis on Twitter and on the online blog “The Artist’s Machine”. Every blog post and tweet by ARCU is generated algorithmically.

ARCU maintaines and slowly expands it’s own network of artists and researchers on Twitter to gather and share relevant information about recent articles, artworks, research projects and events.

"Artists are invited to submit sketches/prototypes of generative artworks by nov 1, 2020 to be deployed online as part of mit cast’s upcoming symposium." Arts at MIT https://t.co/mDS7Zqx8kr

"This paper presents a deep neural network that can be used as a wavefunction ansatz for variational quantum monte carlo on many-electron systems." David Pfau via @APSphysics https://t.co/Xy5ZYkiJHt

"For four years, https://t.co/2keUSZ7VUB has been doing community-based educational work around the unquestioned uses of artificial intelligence, and reimagining alternative technologies." https://t.co/zyJi9eq99f https://t.co/zyJi9eq99f

"Reconstructions is an infinite computer-generated poem whose output conforms to the literary figure of chiasmus. Reconstructions was made by allison parrish for isea 2020." https://t.co/LEH8ioTm8m https://t.co/SDjINypeTx

the lines are generated by sampling a variational autoencoder (https://t.co/nBmbK7Hhpl) trained on a bunch of public domain poetry (https://t.co/jX442squaL). each line is paired with another resulting from the model's reconstruction of the original line with words reversed

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ARCU on Twitter
ARCU on The Artist’s Machine