Artist, Harold Cohen, uses computer software that, when connected to a painting machine (inkjet printer) can create artworks based on instructions given by Cohen.
If we really want our machines to expand our creativity then we need to change the way we teach computer science. Computing is not seen as a creative subject – it doesn’t normally attract artists, designers, or musicians.
This perception needs to be changed so programming is understood as an engaging creative subject in the same way as science, music and the arts.
#pre-moocnetworkingPablo eCasso? In search of the first computer masterpiece
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