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There is Art in Artificial Intelligence – Can you create Key Notes with AI? So how many?

There is Art in Artificial Intelligence – Is it possible to create key notes with Artificial Intelligence (AI)? So, how many?

Art in Artificial Intelligence – Can AI create Key Notes? Dennis Lück, Chief Creative Office of Jung von Matt Limmat, investigated this question. A very exciting video in which he shows the making-of video on the one hand and reports in great detail on his project “Can AI create a key note for me? We found this wonderful story here.

The video is almost 38 minutes long, but it is worth watching it in peace and quiet. Because Dennis describes very simply, very pragmatically, how he went the way from the idea to the implementation and the key notes, there are two, he also shows briefly.

What are his learnings? He calls this AI Wisdom.

AI is first of all a lot of manual work. He describes this by means of a library and a librarian. The librarian has many books on specific topics. Every reader who comes into the library should be suggested the appropriate book by the librarian. By means of the target group description, which is shown here with “Lisa” and “Thomas”, the AI slowly finds stable results after 60 attempts. This means that after 60 mostly wrong suggestions, the suggestions become so good that the hit rate is very high.

Interim conclusion on Art in Artificial Intelligence – Can AI Key Notes and truism.

Before the AI can be fed and brought to a result, a very precise target group description is a basic requirement.

Further conclusion: AI needs stupidity to start and learns about try and error. Every recognized error trains the AI. AI needs training and then it will be the better in the suggestions.

For his key note Dennis Lück has put in about 3,000 articles, books, magazines, posts, surveys and studies as input.

Next Learning: No artificial intelligence without human intelligence.

Using the two key notes, which were created by BSI Studio and BSI Brains using AI methods, he shows what is possible.

For Lisa, who is AI-affine, the presentation looks different from Thomas, who is not AI-affine. Lisa gets soft topics like art, music, colours, emotions in the key note that was developed especially for “her”. For Thomas the Key Note is factual and fact-oriented, clear and not very emotional.

In the end: AI can do Key Notes! And there is Art in Artificial Intelligence

Instead of 2 key notes, 10 or 1,000 could have been developed. For each listener “in the hall” an individual key note.

Dennis wonders whether it wouldn’t be better to call it Artificial Intuition instead of Artificial Intelligence.

And the third thing he sums up: The result is an Augmented Human Creativity. Based on 1,000 or more inputs, instead of the 50 to 60 or so sources that were previously sighted and filtered for a key note.

Source: Video is from Computerworld.ch

Note: This is a machine translation. It is neither 100% complete nor 100% correct. We can therefore not guarantee the result.