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Ai-da, a robô-pintora, rouba a cena dos humanos na Bienal de Veneza

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Ai-da, a robô-pintora, rouba a cena dos humanos na Bienal de Veneza


>EDITORIAL USE ONLY Ai-Da, the world’s first ultra-realistic robot 'artist', at the opening of the new exhibition Ai-Da: Portrait of the Robot at The Design Museum in London. Picture date: Tuesday May 18, 2021. PA Photo. Named after the pioneering female scientist Ada Lovelace, Ai-Da uses AI algorithms to make art, turning the subject of self-portraiture on its head by creating ‘selfies’ of someone who doesn’t have a self. Her robotic arm, developed by Salah Al Abd and Ziad Abass, enables her to hold a pencil, and her silicone face, designed by researcher Lucy Seal, digital artist Alex Kafousssias and ?3D designer Tim Milward, makes it appear as though she is ‘alive’. Photo credit should read: David Parry/PA Wire
Ai-Da, o primeiro robô ‘artista’ ultra-realista do mundo, na abertura da nova exposição Ai-Da: Portrait of the Robot, no The Design Museum, em Londres – David Parry/PA Wire/.