In a live classic human versus computer show down it will demonstrate the superior qualities of digital versus neural facial control and shows that the neural brain is underutilizing the expressive potential of the human facial hardware. Perfect Paul is the, as yet, lesser known sibling of Huge Harry, the infamous spokes machine of the Institute of Artificial Art Amsterdam. Perfect Paul is an independent, portable and free cycling computational entity with radical political aspirations. Arthur Elsenaar is a performance artist and facial hacker from the Netherlands.
But what if I asked you to tell me what exactly happens when you look at your phone to unlock it, you ask Siri or Alexa to do something for you, or how words and whole sentences are autocompleted for you before you type? In other words, do you know how your artificial intelligence AI is made? AI is seamlessly integrated into our lives and makes countless decisions for us that we may not even be aware of. But the presence of AI runs deeper than merely assisting us with our daily tasks. The decisions that AI make for us have the potential to be biased. Driven by my curiosity to understand how things work, I decided to build my own AI system that does not perpetuate bias against underrepresented communities. Additionally, the people who are making decisions about an AI system affect the outcomes of that project.
To Finish. Bonus project sample. Understanding facial expression is crucial when it comes to illustrating characters for a story. This class is ideal for budding artists, illustrators, animators and anyone interested in character development.
They say when infants or young children fall down, they look up to their mother or father, to see how she or he reacts. More often than not, a parent will have an anxious and frightened facial expression—"Oh no, my baby is hurt! Yet, if the parent is cool and collected—"Oh it's just a little scratch, you're a brave kid. The same rule applies to art.