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Collab or compete? Exploring A.I.’s future impact on the arts

For some time now, Artificial intelligence, or AI, has been helping humans make new kinds of art. But is this synergy a longer-term threat, or a worthy new form of support to flesh-and-blood creatives?

Here, The Economist goes behind the scenes to see how artists, musicians, technicians and academics are responding to AI’s potential to create new works in partnership with human beings, as well as the undesired effects of its solo mimicry.

View the original video here.

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