AI can now make art. Don’t panic, says Marcus du Sautoy.

Music lovers gathered in a London theater one night in March to take part in an unusual event: half classical concert, half futuristic experiment. Their task was to listen to music that had been composed partly by Bach and partly by artificial intelligence — and try to guess which parts were which. Throughout the performance, the audience members voted by holding up cards with a blue human face on one side and a red robot face on the other.

AI can now make art. Don’t panic, says Marcus du Sautoy.

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