Artist and AI pioneers use DeepDream to create ‘hallucinatory’ depictions of landscapes by Capability Brown
Daniel Ambrosi used Google's AI to reimagine high-res photographs of parkland designed by the 18th-century landscape architect
Can AI unlock the ancient Herculaneum scrolls?
Proposed US legislation would penalise use of AI to generate someone’s likeness without their consent
The No Fakes Act has been proposed by four US Senators and garnered support from organisations representing creative industries
From VR to NFTs: in the year of AI, how should we define digital art?
The opening of Digital Art Fair in Hong Kong is a moment to take stock of how technological developments have changed the nature of digital art
Kwer'ata Re'esu: the astonishing story of Ethiopia's most treasured icon
Newly attributed Raphael drawing heads to auction at Dorotheum
Rediscovered work is a preparatory study for the Battle of the Milvian Bridge fresco displayed in the Vatican’s papal apartments
Artists, writers, performers and their advocates call on US Congress to ban companies from copyrighting AI-generated art
The AI Day of Action, scheduled for 2 October, comes as US officials consider whether and how to regulate material generated by artificial intelligence
Elvis returns to Las Vegas in Marco Brambilla’s new video for the Sphere, created with AI
The King reclaims his throne in an immersive video that will play during U2’s concerts at the city’s new $2.3bn entertainment complex
Mexico’s Sfer Ik launches $100,000 award to support creation of AI art project
The Tulum-based art space is putting out an open call, with the winner receiving cash and a two-month residency
A question of attribution: just how useful can AI tools be?
Connoisseurs and app makers agree on one thing: artificial intelligence-driven apps may supplement but do not replace the human eye and expertise in assessing a picture’s authorship
What the latest US court ruling means for AI-generated art’s copyright status
A judge said the absence of a “guiding human hand” disqualified the AI-generated image from copyright protection, but other generative art may still qualify
Is AI generating an ‘averaged’, one-sided, view of art history?
Artists are getting creative to counter visual language being skewed by image-generating apps that average out scraped stock photos and social media files into “mean images”
AI might now be powerful enough to be ‘using’ artists
It is time to think about the extent to which technology itself has power over us, independent of people in tech companies
'Go outside and protect what already exists': AI-generated dawn chorus of songbirds has a sinister edge
Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg's immersive collaboration with Superblue highlights declining numbers of songbirds
Artist Refik Anadol brings climate crisis to a scorching Basel with AI-generated glacier installation
Glacier Dreams is being projected on the façade of Theater Basel this week
Pioneering AI artist wins inaugural $100,000 award from New York's Guggenheim and LG
Stephanie Dinkins wins prize that celebrates excellence in works at the intersection of art and technology
New US copyright rules protect only AI art with ‘human authorship’
The US Copyright Office has eased its stance in new guidelines, and a decision on a comic book created using artificial intelligence
Art world AI-nxiety: what is artificial intelligence and how are artists using it?
Press officers move over: Gagosian employs ChatGPT to announce new exhibition
The artificial intelligence chat bot was credited with creating the text for Alex Israel's show in Rome
The camera never lies? Creator of AI image rejects prestigious photo award
Boris Eldagsen has accused the Sony World Photograph Awards of failing to distinguish between a photograph and a DALL-E 2-created image, while the organisers condemn a ‘deliberate attempt at misleading us’
The revolution may be randomised: new Damien Hirst project lets buyers generate their own 'Spin' NFTs
The British artist's latest venture, a tech-heavy development of the Spin Paintings launched in 1992, touches all the tech buzzwords as collectors order one-off NFTs from a dashboard menu
AI and art: how recent court cases are stretching copyright principles
Artificial intelligence is helping researchers identify and analyse some of the world’s oldest art
New applications for artificial intelligence can help researchers identify millennia-old rock art more easily
Online storm erupts over AI work in Dutch museum’s ‘Girl with a Pearl Earring’ display
Mauritshuis currently has 170 works on display as part of its “My Girl with a Pearl” initiative while Vermeer’s masterpiece is on loan
'Why I can't get excited about AI art'
Only humans can make proper sense of the world, Bendor Grosvenor argues
Art Dub-AI: artificial intelligence is latest buzzword at fair
The event's 16th edition has an expanded digital section—here’s what sold so far
'From "wet painting" to NFTs: the art market is moving on faster and faster'
Cycles in the industry are getting shorter with trends now coming and going within a year
What are the implications of artificial intelligence for the future of art? The robot artist Ai-da and her creators discuss
'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
Five ways ChatGPT could help the culture sector create social media content
AI chatbot software has made waves by creating convincingly human speech and text—could it transform communications in the arts?