TV series and Interactive web series about the transformative power of artificial intelligence in the field of arts. Through outstanding AI pioneering artists and experts, we will discover AI’s creative potential at the intersection of AI and arts.
Who is the author, the machine or the artist? Can AI be creative, or is this a distinct human trait? Will Artificial Intelligence bring us the next great art movement?
- New Media Fund (Colombia-Canadá)
Artist and researcher of the creative potential of machine learning, and its relation to drawing and painting.
Media and net artist. Working with artificial intelligence, computed image recognition and neural networks.
Professor of Computer Science at Rutgers University specialised in Computer Vision and Visual Learning.
Artificial inteligence and ethics researcher. Lecturer at Université du Québec à Montréal.
Poet, programmer and member of the full-time faculty at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program.
Artist and programmer, interested in generative systems, computer science and software for creativity.
Theorist of digital culture, professor of computer science and director of the Cultural Analytics Lab.
Lawyer specialised in Digital Law and AI aesthetics.
Artist exploring artificial intelligence es infinite muse through machine with neutral nets.
Anastasis Germanidis, Cristóbal Valenzuela
Cristóbal: Technologist, artist and software developer. Co-founder if RANWAY and Latent Studio.
Anastasis: Artist and engineer. Co-founder of RANWAY and Latent Studio.
Artificial Intelligence and ethics researcher at McGill University, Montreal.
Research Professor at ISIA Universidad Complutense, creator of the WASP programme of computational literature.
Artist and Google Arts and Culture resident known for his work involving neural networks, code and algorithms.
Artist, teacher, critic, curator and art historian specialised in photography.
Poet and professor of digital media at MIT.
Josep M. Català
Professor of Visual Studies and PhD in Communication Sciences by Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona.
Writer, journalist and teacher. PhD candidate at New York University, focusing on digital literature in Latin America.
Rafael Pérez y Pérez
Research Professor at Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, chair of the Association for Computational Creativity.
Professor of the Department of Computer Science and Operations Research, scientific director of MILA.
Serie Web y Serie TV
Jorge Caballero y Diego Briceño
Rosa M. Ramos
Script and development
Jorge Caballero, Diego Briceño, Anna Giralt y Manuel Martínez
GusanoFilms y CuibaMedia
2 January, 2019