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A portrait made by algorithm smashed new boundaries Thursday, selling for $432,500 and becoming the first piece of Artificial Intelligence art sold at a major auction house, Christie's said.
Algorithm art fetches $432,500I wouldn't pay over $432,499.
That's the thing about art though isn't it? The value is determined by what someone will pay for it.
I've stood in front of several hugely valuable paintings and could never really see it, but someone does.
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Can a computer create art?
The art world is a farceWe’ve been taught to sneer at “I don’t know anything about art but I know what I like” when in fact “what I like” is the only valid criterion.