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Didn’t expect this from our night at the opera

Didn’t expect this from our night at the opera

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A union between epic fantasy and literature

A union between epic fantasy and literature

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An Author’s Journey: Epic Fantasy & the Literary Middle Ages (15) Concluding Thoughts, Part 1: Of Vikings, Old English, & the Heroic Ideal Good Afternoon, Everybody! As I reach the concluding blog on this series that’s looked at J.R.R. Tolkien’s epic fantasy work vis-a-vis medieval literature, I’ve made it clear that one of the reasons for the longevity of Tolkien’s The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, and The Silmarillion lies in what Tolkien himself called a “subcreation” of a faux-medieval world. The Middle Earth mythology that Tolkien invented relies on literary styles, conceits, and themes of a historical period that too many modern would-be epic fantasists forget: the violent, unpredictable, and explicitly non-literary world of the 5th-11th centuries in Britain, th
Artificial intelligence really close to replacing artists?

Artificial intelligence really close to replacing artists?

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Among the sticking points about reviving American manufacturing’s heyday, when millions of men flooded into factories every morning, is that their jobs have been replaced by robots. And soon, artifical intelligence may have a go at more than just mundane work. Last summer, a European “neural network” studied the paintings of Van Gogh, Munch, and other artists, then created their own paintings in the artists’ style—flawlessly. Last month, a computer program called DeepBach created chorales that 40 percent of musicians in a test group misidentified as J.S. Bach’s own work. So is anything preventing artificial intelligence from making inroads in the art world? Yes. We are. So far, AI has only been getting better at learning, not inventing. A machine can learn Van Gogh’s techniques, and