www.nytimes.com /spotlight/artificial-intelligence

Artificial Intelligence: A Special Report

Craig S. Smith
3-3 minutes

As these systems continue to evolve and expand, so does the impact on our lives.

As these systems continue to evolve and expand, so does the impact on our lives.

Highlights

  1. Photo
    CreditTodd St. John

    You Can’t Spell Creative Without A.I.

    Advances in software applications that process human language lie at the heart of the debate over whether computer technologies will enhance or even substitute for human creativity.

    By John Markoff

  2. Photo“They Took the Faces From the Accused and the Dead … (SD18),” a grid of 3,240 mug shots, by Trevor Paglen. It is part of the show “Uncanny Valley: Being Human in the Age of AI” at the de Young Museum in San Francisco.
    Creditvia the artist, Altman Siegel Gallery, San Francisco and the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Photo by Gary Sexton

    Artists Explore A.I., With Some Deep Unease

    Coming shows involve artificial intelligence, but underlying them is a concern: “What are we unleashing?”

    By Ted Loos