[Ed Note : In an interesting read, Arvind Pennathur talks about machines which can make artwork, paintings and the like! Is art becoming a science and science becoming an art? Is it possible? Read to find out more.]
Integration of advanced technology into society has become increasingly normal in the past five years as innovative minds constantly push the boundaries of what is achievable and what can be realistically implemented. A large part of this resurgence of complex applied sciences is due to the proliferation of artificial intelligence (abbreviated as AI), into various aspects of everyday life during the 21st century. Ever since its introduction, it has became a staple of the modern world and is being used in a wide variety of ways, right from performing day to day human tasks to performing functions too precise or nuanced for humans, including more creative purposes such as self driving cars, news anchoring, writing movie scripts and making music that is virtually indistinguishable from the music that is composed by a human. In lieu of these advancements and the pace at which they have come, it is no exaggeration to say that AI is here to stay for the foreseeable future.