The talk will include an introduction and presentations from expert users of text generation.


Luba Elliott, Art Curator with AI specialism, lecturer

Geoff Davis, presents modern AI generated images he has used for book illustrations and concept development.

Patrick Lichty, presents his speculative AI exhibition "Studio Visits: In the Posthuman Atelier."

Mark Webster, discusses "Hypertype" which uses IBM Watson sentiment analysis to create generative text art, in the context of his art practice

Anna Ridler, discusses her AI art work such as “Myriad” (Tulips) 2018, and work featured in the "Perfect Error" exhibition at Unit London.


7:00pm - Introduction
7:20pm - Presentations
8:00pm - Discussion
8:30pm - Close


This exciting talk explores the implications of AI-generated art and its impact on the art world. We also look at general image creation for content provision and personal entertainment.

Geoff Davis, an AI researcher, generative artist and editor of the AI Creative Writing Anthology, introduces the topic.

Luba Elliott, famous AI curator, provides a history of the field, and the three well-known artists then present their work and examine various aspects of AI-generated art. This is followed by questions and discussion.

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Webinar: Image-based AI - Computer Arts Society
Date and time
Thursday 1 June, 7:00pm - 8:30pm

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