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A.I. Will Enhance — Not End — Human Art

Increasingly sophisticated artificial intelligence suggests that machines could unlock the secrets of human creativity. But have we been here before?

Illustration: Sofia Crespo

InIn a tiny third-floor apartment in central London, the artist Anna Ridler was hunched over her desk. Next to the desk was a black PC tower whirring…




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Andrew Dickson

Andrew Dickson

A critic and journalist based in London, Andrew covers culture for the New York Times, the Guardian, the Financial Times and the New Yorker.

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