AI art is challenging the boundaries of curation

Enlarge / A woman looks at a work of art created by an algorithm by French collective named OBVIOUS, which produces art using artificial intelligence, titled Portrait of Edmond de Belamy at Christie’s in New York on October 22, 2018. The piece sold for $432,500.Timothy A. Clary/Getty

In just a few years, the number of artworks produced by self-described AI artists has dramatically increased. Some of these works have been sold by large auction houses for dizzying prices and have found their way into prestigious curated collections. Initially spearheaded by a few technologically knowledgeable artists who adopted computer programming as

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