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bitOpsy ART ∩ SCIENCE MAGAZINE

The bitOΨ ART ∩ SCIENCE MAGAZINE is officially launching this year to cover all fascinating events, inventions, exhibitions that are in the intersection between arts and science.

Artists and scientists are both researchers but with different techniques. Scientists may use microscopes, statistics and a database of published research to make advances in specific areas whereas artists may use a paintbrush, a mix of colors and emotions, cameras or algorithms to express advances about the human condition and the various ways to express it.

Exploring the creative thin line between arts and science

Looking for international contributors equally passionate about both arts and sciences to help produce quality content.

Topics of interest include but are not limited to: generative arts, AI ART, computational aesthetics, bio-inspired art, creative machines, algorithmic arts, information visualization, art and science, computer generated music, AI music, creative AI, Gan Art…

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Traditional & AI Artist, Data Scientist, Filmmaker exploring Creative AI. Started the GAN AI Art Movement in 2016. Former Postdoc @CNRS & PhD @INFORMATICS

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ALAgrApHY

ALAgrApHY

Traditional & AI Artist, Data Scientist, Filmmaker exploring Creative AI. Started the GAN AI Art Movement in 2016. Former Postdoc @CNRS & PhD @INFORMATICS

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