AI and art: how recent court cases are stretching copyright principles
Two specialists from a leading London law firm analyse the issues raised in recent lawsuits relating to the use of artwork images by tech companies in order to “train” their artificial intelligence tools
'Why I can't get excited about AI art'
Only humans can make proper sense of the world, Bendor Grosvenor argues
What are the implications of artificial intelligence for the future of art? The robot artist Ai-da and her creators discuss
Ai-da is an artist, she marks a challenge to the category, and it is in this sense that she becomes Duchampian, argue her creators
'AI will become the new normal’: how the art world's technological boom is changing the industry
Artificial intelligence art projects are popping up everywhere, forcing difficult questions around artist agency, copyright and market value
Artists and visual media company sue AI image generator for copyright breach
Lawsuits against firm behind Stable Diffusion image generator are recent attempt to define the legal status of such images
Legacy of computer art pioneer Harold Cohen is rebooted in London show
Gazelli Art House’s exhibition is devoted to Cohen’s work on—and with—his art-making program, AARON
What is generative art and why does it matter?
As Phillips presents the first ever auction dedicated to the medium, we consider what it is and how it is curated