Notes on the Synthesis of ML and Generative Architectural Design:
Thoughts expressed by Martina Huynh in a talk at thingsCon 2018 in Amsterdam
"It's somewhat comedic to watch the ML community rediscover key insights the Alife & Evolutionary Computation communities had back in the 1980s and Alan Turing back in the 1940s" - @samim
"IMHO it is impossible to keep up with current literature and learn all the history given the firehose of the last years. We are missing historians that can create easily accessible digests of what happened in earlier decades." - @cmarschner
"This is true. Perspective wants to be expensive. A substantial part of my job is often connecting the past dots, identifying "adjacent possibles" and constructing a grounded future narrative." - @samim
"The Case Against Quantum Computing" - By Mikhail Dyakonov: https://spectrum.ieee.org/computing/hardware/the-case-against-quantum-computing
Peculiar how much energy is going into questions around AI Agency & rights. Its comedic if you consider how little agency/rights we attribute to all forms of animals & plants around us, that arguably are much more intelligent, creative & essential than any piece of AI code.
An in-depth article about the legal implications of AI generated art: