Corpus ID: 17953281

Expressive AI

@inproceedings{Mateas2000ExpressiveA,
  title={Expressive AI},
  author={M. Mateas},
  year={2000}
}
The field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has produced a rich set of technical practices and interpretive conventions for building machines whose behavior can be narrated as intelligent activity. Artists have begun to incorporate AI practices into cultural production, that is, into the production of artifacts and experiences that function as art within the cultural field. In this paper I describe my own practice of AI-based cultural production: expressive AI. I wil l attempt to provide a… Expand
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