Artificial Intelligence

jobs

Ten Wild Jobs That Didn't Exist Ten Years Ago

The job market is changing fast.
Beckett Mufson
10.15.18
Art

A Teenager Used AI to Generate Bizarre, Surreal Nude Portraits

We're honestly not sure if Robbie Barrat's strange creations are NSFW.
Peter Slattery
3.30.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

AI Predicted the Future of Porn Searches and We Can't Stop Laughing

Apparently the next big thing in porn has something to do with "doot sex," "tang pong," and "big blomjobs."
Drew Schwartz
3.6.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Oh Good, Those Robodogs Are Fighting Back Against Humans Now

Yep, we're screwed.
Drew Schwartz
2.21.18
robots

Robots Are Coming for Your Job Sooner Than You Think

Will you be prepared?
Caroline Thompson
9.27.17
internet art

This Artist-Made AI Makes Memes to Cope with Mental Illness

Sofia Crespo is trying to create artificial intelligence through her internet art.
Cailey Rizzo
8.11.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Facebook AI Robots Invented Their Own Language, Mostly About Balls

But no, it isn't a sign of the coming cyborg apocalypse or anything.
River Donaghey
8.1.17
Artificial Intelligence

This Creepy AI Artwork is Programmed to Learn and Adapt Itself

Who is the artist? The AI creators or the AI itself?
Andrew Nunes
7.16.17
Artificial Intelligence

An Artist Built an Exact Replica of Artificial Intelligence's Birthplace

Robotics artist Daniel Pillis recreated AI founders’ Allen Newell and Herbert Simon’s workspace in his own Carnegie Mellon office.
Sean Neumann
6.10.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Boeing Wants to Make Pilotless Airplanes a Reality

The aircraft company is looking to test out self-flying technology on a jet as early as 2018.
VICE Staff
6.8.17
Garage Magazine

'Shakespeare in the Really Disturbing, Chaotic Park'

The A.I. artist Ian Cheng discusses his immersive video simulations, which interrogate human behaviors and motives.
Haley Mellin
6.6.17
Installations

1.7 Million Documents Become an Explorable 'Library of Babel'

Using AI and machine learning, artist Refik Anadol has turned 1.7 million digital documents from a Turkish museum into a massive nod to Jorge Luis Borges.
Kevin Holmes
5.25.17