The Electronic Curator examines whether a computer can not only generate art, but also evaluate its quality. It is a dialog between two competing software pieces, representing a painter and a curator. The system repetitively generates a painting, assesses the result, and tries to improve the painting. The painter and curator are Neural Networks, fed with examples of muses and portraits, then generalize from them. The dialog between the competing networks is the artistic process (in a method named GAN). Additionally, the curator tries to understand the portrait, generates a text that describes and analyzes it, and eventually grades it.
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