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17/07/19

As researchers, we have always wondered: if we scale up the amount of training data 10x, will the accuracy double?

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04/06/19

Image Tracer The Image Tracer is a collaborative project between Tsila Hassine and De Geuzen. It evolved out of our interests in...

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05/03/19

A Net Artist Takes Over the Google Image Search of “Frieze Los Angeles”

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The Windshield and the Screen

February 2019

"A Google Street View car in Los Angeles once captured a picture of Leonard Cohen. It happened a couple of years before he died. He was sitting with an acquaintance on lawn chairs outside his modest home in the Mid-Wilshire neighbourhood. The driver was an accidental paparazzi. Cohen didn’t even notice him. (...) Google Street View isn’t photography as aesthetic representation, but the production of leftovers that happen to be images. These images are the husk — the dead skin of a surveillance charade. This archive can be fascinating and even useful to spectators—the users of it. But this data created and cleaned at scale is a source of Google’s power"...

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The politics of image search - A conversation with Sebastian Schmieg [Part II]

August 2017

The second part of the interview between Sebastian Schmieg and Nicolas Malevé. Schmieg reflects on his project 'Search by Image' and further discusses machine learning and intelligence as well the politics of image annotation.

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The politics of image search - A conversation with Sebastian Schmieg [Part I]

Nicolas Malevé interviews the artist Sebastian Schmieg on image annotation, immaterial labour and his TPG commission 'Decision Space'.

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28/03/17

Sitting in the sun at a tech company cafeteria, this former Google worker described a year spent immersed in some of the darkest...

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17/11/16

AI Experiments Yesterday, Google released a load of creative coding experiments using artificial intelligence and neural...

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