IMGEXHAUST is an aggregate of content from around the web, featuring artists’ projects, technological developments, scientific papers and controversial commentaries about the changing role of photography on its networked and digital forms.

Artificial intelligence may make some jobs obsolete but it has given a new life to a group of people who play an unglamorous but critical role in machine learning: first generation women workers in …
This is not the self-driving future we were promised – but it is the one that surveillance and privacy experts have warned about.
An analytic website for stock photographers found that the average revenue per image per month or AI images is a whopping four and a half times bigger than photos or any other format.
A pack of 3D assets for The Sims 4 by Ebonix
Rosa Menkman asks 'what kind of accuracy will be necessary and what software or hardware will render the image?'
Nephogram is a free app that calculates how many grams of CO2 are emitted by the photos we share on social media.
A team of researchers pursue an intuitive prompt-to-prompt editing framework, where image edits are controlled by text only.
Through DragGAN, anyone can deform an image with precise control over where pixels go
Computational-mama's speculative archive emerges from 'a secret scientific society that suppressed radical new birthing, new womxn beings developing limbs and post human babies.'
Reconstructing realistic images with high semantic fidelity is still a challenging problem. Let's try with a latent diffusion model.
These photos have been manipulated in a process of selectively re-imagining male-coded parts in the artist's appearance within the images using a commonly available out-painting text-to-image AI tool.
In Amsterdam, there are an average of 99 cameras per square kilometre monitoring our streets, pavements and communal areas. How do we prevent a ‘Big Brother-like scenario’ in the future?
MOMA speak with three artists—Kate Crawford, Trevor Paglen, and Refik Anadol—who engage with the ways that AI and machine learning algorithms are demanding new approaches to artmaking.
your virtual pet is better than ever with the Tamagotchi camera
The Electronic Frontier Foundation releases images of surveillance technologies taken along the U.S. Mexico border.
Sofia Crespo and Anna Ridler unpick technologies and how they are created, and this process of building the dataset starts to think through some of the implications inherent in even analogue …
Why opting out from image datasets is not an effective governance mechanism for artists.
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