PUBLIC Gallery presents Live a Little, the debut UK solo show of Coline Marotta. It showcases a new series of paintings and drawings produced during her residency with the gallery. These playfully react to the digital massacre of our age.
There is a saying in computer science: garbage in, garbage out. When we feed machines data that reflects our prejudices, they mimic them – from antisemitic chatbots to racially biased software. Does a horrifying future await people forced to live at the mercy of algorithms?
Via concept art and sketches, we look at how developer Arkane envisaged one of the most visually spectacular games of the year
Artist says VR will change our outlook as he prepares Somerset House display based on Henry Fox Talbot’s seminal exhibition
Inventor Anirudh Sharma is capturing carbon from car exhausts to turn it into ink. And he’s got his eye on London’s black cabs next
Arts institutions now have the option of a new internet suffix which aims to offer greater intelligibility and authenticity and maybe help the art market
Hyperface project involves printing patterns on to clothing or textiles that computers interpret as a face, in fightback against intrusive technology
MozEx an exhibition of digital art – spread out across all nine floors of Ravensbourne in Greenwich. Curated by the digital learning teams at Tate and V&A.
Twenty-six robots designed by students across the US will compete in an art contest that offers a glimpse into the creative potentials of artificial intelligence
Letters: Apple has gained the world but lost its soul. The company has lost touch with its engineering genius and is behaving something like a rogue state
The same facial recognition technology that monitors unsuspecting Russian citizens was used to produce this eerie portrait of a Pussy Riot member
Until now, the idea of flying your own jetpack has been largely fantasy. But 2016 could be the year when it takes off commercially
The Punkt phone, launched at the London design festival, lets you call and text. It also has nice buttons and is easy to hold. And that’s about it. Would you pay £229 for it?
The man who put the 3D visual magic into Harry Potter has set his sights on the future of everything – from ‘experiential branding’ to training surgeons. Our critic lifts off at the London design festival
‘Pictures are being used for talking,’ says social app’s boss, as he tries to help people understand why children are taking ‘a zillion photos’
Small electric two-seater pods will take to public roads – but must be fitted with a removable steering wheel and pedals, and limited to 25mph
Reports that tattoos prevent the Apple Watch’s heart rate monitor from working are far from being unique to Apple, but as wearables go mainstream so will their failings
As technology continues to revolutionize the world, digital artists are now able to present their artwork faster and cost-efficiently to the public. From the looks of it, technology is showing no signs of slowing down. Thus, it is expected that more innovations will appear and revolutionize art in the coming years.
‘There’s still an aim to reach total realism, which isn’t a bad goal’
The manufacturer of the Airlander 10 is looking for investors to follow in the footsteps of Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson and the US military
Social network makes its move into live-streaming video with free app that allows public and private broadcasts from celebrities and regular users alike