‘With regard to the issue of content, the sublime beauty of the sexual signifier seems very disturbing in light of a participation in the critical dialogue of the 1880s. However I’m troubled by how the internal dynamic of the biomorphic forms verges on codifying the accessibility of the work. It’s difficult to enter into this work because of how the disjunctive perturbation of the spatial relationships brings within the realm of discourse the distinctive formal juxtapositions.’
‘Wtf was dat, Chriet?’
Techgoeroe Chriet Kopjes: ‘Goed hè? Dat was Jeroen Krabbai, de revolutionaire kunstchatbot, over De Sterrennacht van Van Gogh.’ ;)
When artificial intelligence meets emotional intelligence | The Hindu
(…) Stanford researchers are teaching computers to recognise not just what objects are in an image, but also how those images make people feel. The team has trained an algorithm to recognise emotional intent behind great works of art like Vincent van Gogh’s Starry Night.
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