If you want to make an AI model, it helps to have $100m. That risks putting our AI future in the few hands of companies able to pay. Can a games company find a way to put AI in the hands of anyone?
AI-generated models are storming the fashion industry, but what happens when the images that shape our social norms are made by algorithms? Randy Ginsburg explores what AI fashion models mean for human uniqueness, the future of niches, and how the fashion industry plans to keep up.
Despite being one of the world's most popular cities, New Orleans still feels like it's fallen behind after Hurricane Katrina. Michael Stahl explores how a local movement is looking to put their city on the map for its tech, not just its culture.
Songwriting is ripe for disruption. Far from automating creativity, AI will usher in a golden age of music by unlocking new sounds, styles, and genres, writes Clovis McEvoy.
Driven by powerful models like ChatGPT, autonomous agents have recently emerged as AI’s next remarkable development. Randy Ginsburg explores their current applications, functionality, and future implications on society at large.
Artificial intelligence looms over the creative industries, but The Cotton Modules show how the tech unlocks new opportunities for those willing to tinker. The pair sit down with Clovis McEvoy to discuss music technology, ethics, and creative sparks that come from working with an AI vocalist — and it's so much more than imitation.
Claire Silver is one of the most established AI-collaborative artists on the planet, and a leading pioneer of our AI-powered creative future.
David Jones is an internationally best-selling author, with over 300k loyal readers on Instagram. Having started his poetic journey on Tumblr, he is well versed in web2. But now, he is writing a new story for himself over on web3. He tells Georgie Miller why he started to create poetry NFTs and how AI is going to “revitalise the literary world.”