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How AI is shaping the future of interactive games

“The most fascinating use of machine learning is where the AI learns about us, as well as learning about itself and the characters we write,” said Guy Gadney, director of The Suspect (2014), an interactive AI thriller...

by Zach Budgor. Published on the Kill Screen website, This article is part of a collaboration with iQ by Intel.
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Technology is redefining art in strange, new ways

Technology is redefining art in strange, new ways. Works are created by people moving through laser beams or from data gathered on air pollution. The truth is that technology has been providing artists with new ways to express themselves for a very long time...

by Randy Rieland. Published on

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The impact of digital technology has transformed human expressions

The impact of digital technology has transformed human expressions as painting, drawing and sculpture, but also music and poetry; first by implementing new tools which can be very helpful for the artists...

Published on the Digital meets Art website.

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Technology has changed art, and this is what it looks like

A major new exhibition looks at technology's effect on the creative arts. London's Barbican Centre plays host to Digital Revolution, a major new exhibition that explores the impact of technology on art over the past four decades...

by Aaron Souppouris. Published on The Verge

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John Newbigin: Discussing The Creative Industries at The UK India Business Council

Creative England chairman John Newbigin and board member Ian Livingstone joined Business Secretary Vince Cable and a host of UK business delegates in India for this year’s UK India Business Council. These conferences are a great opportunity to beat the drum for UK Industry, attract inward investment and foster closer cultural and business ties between the UK and India...

It’s time for India’s creative workers to go global

More than a century of manufacturing growth has been led by a move towards centralized mass production and increasing mechanization. This has delivered efficiency and consistency, but often at the cost of meaningful work, fair wages for laborers and large externalities such as poor environmental impacts...

Arts and Cultural Production Contributed $704.2 Billion to the U.S. Economy in 2013

Today’s creative economy gets a big boost from the arts, according to new data from the National Endowment for the Arts and the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis. The latest figures cover...

Published on the National Endowment for the Arts news website
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India important innovation hub for Adobe: Top executives

India is an important innovation hub for Adobe and over time a lot of the company’s products have been developed in its Indian R&D centres located in Noida and Bengaluru, stressed top Adobe executives...

Written by San Diego, Published by Ians in The Indian Express
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Why we must prioritise the creative sector

Investing in the creative sector is investing in the future. Cultural and creative industries are more profitable globally than telecom services and employ more people than the combined car industries of Europe, Japan and the USA...

Written by JOY MBOYA and JOHAN BORGSTAM. Published on the Daily Nation

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Creative manufacturing in India

The digital world has the potential to re-energise the craft industry, giving scale and profile to individual artisans whose markets were previously limited to their immediate neighbourhood and allowing people with limited literacy skills to communicate using voice and image.
Written by Jacob Mathew, Chief Operating Officer for Industree Foundation. Published on

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