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“Machines are the children of humanity” – Agnieszka Pilat

27 June 2024

3:00 AM

27 June 2024

3:00 AM

It feels like AI can now write anything for us and create anything for us. In some respects it’s exciting, but it’s also scary, and it raises a depressing question: will technology kill creativity?

There are few people better placed to answer that question than Polish-American artist Agnieszka Pilat. Agnieszka is the Silicon Valley elite’s favourite artist.

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