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AI & Creativity: ARTbreeder. Part 1: Portraits.

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It’s a quiz time again! I have 3 questions for you:

  1. Who is artist of this famous painting?
“Evening in Oblivion”

2. And who is depicted in this brilliant portrait?




Creativity in Digital Age

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