The first cybernetic sculpture was created by an artist from Poland. Initially greeted with enthusiasm, it disappeared without a trace.
Digital technologies are going to revive the archives of European museums and libraries. We are going to experience mirror worlds which are thought to be as important as the internet and social media.
What would happen if artificial intelligence was trained on propaganda press texts? I shudder to think. That is why humans will always have to control AI. Including those who use algorithms to digitize the collection of the National Library of Poland.
“Today, we are witnessing the third generation of electronic literature. Literary works come to us unbidden these days,” says Piotr Marecki, a digital media expert from the Jagiellonian University, in an interview with Monika Redzisz
– Am I to understand that it’s going to be possible to order a sculpture from your father, despite the fact he’s dead? – I ask.
– Possibly – says Dariusz Gross, a data sculptor and the lord of robots.
Sometimes you have to go back to the sand pit and have some fun. We also play with sand although it is slightly modified. We play with silicon. We use it to create things beyond engineers’ imagination. Monika Redzisz conducted an interview with Wiesław Bartkowski, director of Creative Coding studies at University of Social Sciences and Humanities.