Monthly Archives: March 2019



Within the framework of the Digital Spring, Gluon and the universities VUB and ULB organize a series of conferences and an exhibition on artificial intelligence, art and creativity. The sophistication of artificial intelligence (AI) software is giving rise to a lively debate about human creativity vs machine creativity. Whilst there is general agreement that AI […]

Scientists in the studio

by Prof. Arthur I. Miller

Artsci is “not only sexy, it’s seductive, it goes places where nobody has really gone before,” Gerfried Stocker, artistic director of Ars Electronica, told me. To achieve this level of work requires a special alchemy between artist and scientist. Most attempts at artist/scientist interaction have involved artists work- ing with scientists in their laboratories. At […]