Unsecured Futures: The world’s first robot artist holds own exhibition

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Great artists have worked on their masterpieces for years. But Ai-Da, the world’s first robot artist, spends much less time on it.

Her drawings — no worse than many works of modern abstract artists.

At home in her studio: Ai-Da next to one of her shattered light compositions CREDIT: NICKY JOHNSTON

The robot can walk, talk and hold a pencil or brush. She looks at the photos and creates abstract paintings.

Her first exhibition, Unsecured Futures, opens on June 12 at St. John’s College, Oxford.

“We’re at the beginning of a new era of humanoid robots and it will be fascinating to see the effect on art.”

From initial sketching to rendering the full painting, Ai-Da can complete the job in under two hoursCREDIT: NICKY JOHNSTON

No one plans to replace human artists with robots. This is just a great opportunity to compare. Her paintings are popular and sold literally immediately after the appearance.

However, programmers do not want to be limited to painting alone, their goal is to create new forms of art.

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