AI and arts: a painter and composer?

Here are the last two article previews of the first edition:

Automatically composing music is not such a new idea as many might think: automatically generated songs date back to the time of ancient Greek. Jeremy Börker, Bachelor student at Radboud University, writes about the persistent challenges of automatic music generation.

Upgrading a simple, black&white sketch to a fully-fledged coloured portrait. Find out how it’s possible and check out Yagmur Güçlütürk‘s article. Yagmur is currently an assistant professor at Radboud University.

The first edition is near! Read more about 2 upcoming and very interesting articles

To prove that science and arts do go together, Ngoc ?oàn, Andrius Penkauskas and Ecaterina Grigoriev paired up with a theater group. The AI-students from Tilburg University want to model group dynamics using data about theater performances.

Using ARtInfo in the Valkhof museum Nijmegen. ©Rein Wieringa

The apps RecolourAR and ARtinfo are guaranteed to make any museum trip more fun and interactive. Loes van Bemmel, Master student Artificial Intelligence at Radboud University, will tell you all about them.


Get excited with a sneak preview on 2 amazing articles!

The first edition of Turning Magazine publishes on September 1st! You want to know how AI can be utilized in the field of fashion? Then the following 2 articles will catch your interest:

A mirror that can give you fashion advice? Find out more about it in the interview with Alexey Chaplygin, data scientist at PVH corp. 

Read about technology inspired fashion in the article ‘Cyber Couture’. Anneke Smelik, researcher at Radboud University and author of “Ik cyborg. De mens-machine in populaire cultuur.”, will tell all about the futuristic clothing-designs of Iris van Herpen.

The first edition will be released on September 1st – what you can expect

In the upcoming weeks we will post short overviews about what contents you will be able to read about in the first edition of Turning Magazine.

Daphne Lenders, Master student Artificial Intelligence at Radboud University, will tell about Shakespeare-inspired poems, written by an AI. See yourself how the sonnets compare to ‘Hamlet’ or ‘Romeo & Juliet’. 

How Neural Networks can be used to generate new pictures, stories or even new knowledge, will be the topic of Nynke Zwart’s article. Nynke is a Master student Interaction Technology at the University of Twente.