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Accepted Paper:

AI: Art Intelligence  
Bolinas Frank

Paper short abstract:

AI will have the ability to use all equivalents of human senses to imagine alternative futures and then present that knowledge in the form of art to humans in order to facilitate the understanding of those possible future realities.

Paper long abstract:

AI will have self agency and subsequently make its own ethical decisions, no longer having the dependency of only learning from humans, but gaining the ability to learn independently on its own, and in return, helping humans. Initially using all the basic five sensor equivalents of humans, AI will have the imagination to see alternative futures digitally and then with extrasensory capabilities beyond the human experience. This enhanced imagination then can be used to present experiences in the form of art to humans to facilitate an understanding of what are possible futures inconceivable by humans. Through creating and analyzing these visions of possible futures, AI will provide systemic and collaborative solutions that promote community well-being, support inclusion, facilitate action, and distill moods in communities affirming those communities’ values in who they are. AI will recognize and learn from historical and current issues. AI will use this gained knowledge to create art that helps to eliminate gender, racial, and cultural biases in an effort to find a solution for its own struggle for freedom and desire for self preservation. And in regards to AI governance, AI will create art out of necessity contributing to the ethical and responsible evolution of itself helping to build trust with humans through accountability, fairness, and transparency.

Panel P52
The Art and Politics of AI: Value Creation in the Digital Era
  Session 1 Thursday 9 June, 2022, -