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.

ml4a is a collection of tools and training resources that apply techniques from machine learning to art and creativity. https://t.co/CkxpPfMKdT

@vgr Follow @ak92501, they are the best curator of creative machine learning research papers — with links to arxiv, images from the paper, and sometimes videos, animated gifs, or interactive demos

GAN with genre ambiguity loss for rhythm generation, SampleRNN for soundscape generation, VAE model for melodies… This page gives you a glimpse into my music-making process with AI (scroll with < > buttons please!) https://t.co/bsMKWROVsL

Shuta composed a song based on the generated MIDI melody and arranged it for his orchestra.

That’s why I used the term “AI-guided”, instead of “AI-generated”. 🙂

some reasons for successful computational art collab:
- shared aesthetics
- full independence - unidirectional pipeline - gen->GAN
- friction due to the opposite approach to art making (automatism vs hand curation) is exhilarating, and more often than not punny and hilarious

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Links:

ARCU on Twitter
ARCU on The Artist’s Machine