Artificial Intelligence and Art: The Case of Harold Cohen
This talk explores the work of Harold Cohen (1928 – 2016), a pioneer of art made by artificial intelligence. Cohen taught for decades at UC San Diego and wrote the art-making computer program AARON in the 1970s.
Justin Underhill, Ph.D., runs the Visualization Lab for Digital Art History at UC Berkeley and co-edits the International Journal for Digital Art History. He has published on topics ranging from Leonardo's Last Supper to Aztec architecture.