Adaptive Critics for Evolutionary Artists



We focus on the development of artificial art critics. These systems
analyze artworks, extracting relevant features, and produce an evaluation of the
perceived pieces. The ability to perform aesthetic judgments is a desirable
characteristic in an evolutionary artificial artist. As such, the inclusion of
artificial art critics in these systems may improve their artistic abilities. We
propose artificial art critics for the domains of music and visual arts, presenting
a comprehensive set of experiments in author identification tasks. The
experimental results show the viability and potential of our approach.


Evolutionary Art

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NEvAr - Neuro Evolutionary Art


2nd European Workshop on Evolutionary Music and Art, April 2004

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