A humanoid AI robot is set to open its own exhibition of artwork in Oxford, drawn independently using a robotic arm and an inbuilt camera. The robot, called Ai-Da after the mathematician Ada Lovelace, is said to be the first ultra-realistic robot capable of drawing people from life using her eye and a pencil in her hand, according to its creators.
Ai-Da's solo exhibition Unsecured Futures, which opens at Oxford University from June 12, will showcase a selection of the robot's work, developed using AI processes and algorithms at the university. The artwork will include drawing, painting, sculpture and video art, exploring the boundaries between AI, technology and organic life.
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