Sample Project: Perception of AI Art

The recent sale of an artificial intelligence-generated portrait  for $432,000 at Christie's art auction has raised questions about how  credit and responsibility should be allocated to individuals involved and how the anthropomorphic perception of the AI system contributed to  the artwork's success. We explore those questions through an empirical lens, showing that the way we talk about AI-generated art impacts how credit and responsibility are allocated to human stakeholders.



Scientific writings

Epstein, Z., Levine, S., Rand, D. G., & Rahwan, I. (2020). Who gets credit for AI-generated art?. iScience, 101515.
[Selected media: Forbes, Communications of the ACM, ZDNet]


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