Will Machinic Art Lay Beyond Our Ability to Understand It?

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Penha, Rui; Carvalhais, Miguel;
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.5281/zenodo.1303351, doi: 10.5281/zenodo.1303352
  • Subject: Machinic Art | Artificial Creativity | Artificial Intelligence | Consciousness | Aesthetics | Artificial Aesthetics | Definition of Art | Embodied Meaning | Embodied Cognition | Anthropomorphism

In this paper we will argue that artistic creations made by artificial minds will most likely lay beyond our ability to understand them. We will assume that the emergence of consciousness in artificial minds is possible and that the artistic creations we are referring t... View more
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