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The Second Symposium

02 Apr 2017, Posted by admin in arts, Front

The Second Symposium We are pleased to report the success of our Second Symposium, a summary of the proceedings for which may be requested by email.  The symposium was held at Columbia University, Saturday, March 4, 2017 from 2 to 6 PM. Northwest Science Building 602…

Inaugural Symposium at Columbia

21 Nov 2016, Posted by admin in arts, Front

We are pleased to report the success of our Inaugural Symposium, a summary of the proceedings for which may be requested by by email. We are currently corresponding with publishers to partner on a series of volumes of conferences proceedings and related monograph publications in the…

Computational Beauty

07 Oct 2016, Posted by admin in arts, Front

Computational Beauty: Aesthetic Judgment at the Intersection of Art and Science Emily L. Spratt and Ahmed Elgammalz Dept. of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University, NJ, USA Dept. of Computer Science, Rutgers University, NJ, USA Abstract. In part one of the Critique of Judgment, Immanuel Kant wrote that \the…

Analytical Philosophy and The Study of Art

25 Sep 2016, Posted by admin in arts, Front

An excerpt from “Analytical Philosophy and The Study of Art” by Arnold Isenberg But there has long existed, in many quarters, a fairly well justified feeling about the ineptness of philosophers who tread upon the aesthetic domain. “Why,” asked William James-and many people have repeated…

“Art and Artificial Intelligence” on TV

15 Sep 2016, Posted by Jon Pang in arts, Front

PBS New Jersey and Philadelphia filmed a segment on an Art and AI Lab at Rutgers University. The lab aims to “push the envelope of computer vision and artificial intelligence by investigating perceptual and cognitive tasks related to human creativity.” The segment can be seen here. When…

Painting Is Superior

05 Jun 2016, Posted by admin in arts, Front

The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci 655 Painting is superior to sculpture That sculpture is less intellectual than painting, and lacks many characteristics of nature. I myself, having exercised myself no less in sculpture than in painting and doing both one and the other in…