As data scientists gradually inch machines toward human levels of intelligence, they’ve begun to tackle some very human endeavours. At Peltarion, an artificial intelligence (AI) expert and dance choreographer teamed up to find out if an AI model can not only learn a dancer’s style, but create its very own artistically compelling choreography.
Choreographer moving art to a new universe with AI
Choreographer Louise Crnkovic-Friis, Stockholm, Sweden
02/ What can AI do in the artistic world?
03/ Dancing for hours for data
04/ Did we get an artsy result?
05/ Advice for the AI journey
For Crnkovic-Friis, the question isn’t so much whether the AI will reach that next level of artistry, but rather how artists will choose to adopt such an interesting tool into their work. And of course, not every choreographer can play around with AI the way she has been able to — being married to an AI expert and all. However, the beauty of the Peltarion Platform is that it has the ambition of eventually making AI usable and affordable for artists of any kind.