• The director of the Institute of Computing and Cybersystems take the stage for Art in Silico 2023 and will preside over the 2024 computational art show on April 2 in Hancock, Michigan.

    Celebrating the Art of Computing: Human Creativity and Artificial Intelligence Converge at Juried Exhibition

    A picture is said to be worth a thousand words — but it can require many more to create art with artificial intelligence. As the second annual Art in Silico computational art show comes to the Keweenaw from April 2-5, entrants and event planners share their creative processes and the larger meaning behind the event. "The world around us is quickly being affected by AI, one pixel at a time," said Tim Havens, director of Michigan Technological University’s Institute of Computing and Cybersystems (ICC). "Art in Silico is a platform by which community members can not only learn about the capabilities and limitations of AI and computational tools for creativity, but also take part in critical and important debates about the role of technology in media, expression, invention, innovation and creativity."

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