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The first compendium on robot artwork of its variety, this ebook explores the
integration of robots into human society and our attitudes, fears and hopes in
a global shared with self sufficient machines. It increases questions about the
benefits, dangers and ethics of the transformative alterations to society which are the end result of robots
taking on new roles along people. It takes the reader on a trip into the area of the strange,
the attractive, the uncanny and the bold – and into the minds and works of
some of the world’s so much prolific creators of robot art.

Offering an
in-depth examine robot artwork from the viewpoints of artists, engineers and
scientists, it presents
outstanding works of latest robot artwork and brings jointly for the 1st time a few of the
most influential artists during this zone within the final 3 a long time. beginning from
a ancient evaluate, this transdisciplinary paintings explores the nexus between
robotic study and the humanities and
examines the diversity
of robot paintings, the come across with robot otherness, desktop embodiment and
human–robot interplay. tales of problems, pitfalls and successes are
recalled, characterising the multifaceted collaborations around the diverse
disciplines required to create robot art.

Although the ebook is
primarily unique in the direction of researchers, artists and scholars in robotics,
computer technological know-how and the arts,
its obtainable sort appeals to a person intrigued by way of robots and the arts.

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The first compendium on robot artwork of its variety, this ebook explores the
integration of robots into human society and our attitudes, fears and hopes in
a global shared with self sufficient machines. It increases questions about the
benefits, dangers and ethics of the transformative alterations to society which are the end result of robots
taking on new roles along people. It takes the reader on a trip into the area of the strange,
the attractive, the uncanny and the bold – and into the minds and works of
some of the world’s so much prolific creators of robot art.

Offering an
in-depth examine robot artwork from the viewpoints of artists, engineers and
scientists, it presents
outstanding works of latest robot artwork and brings jointly for the 1st time a few of the
most influential artists during this zone within the final 3 a long time. beginning from
a ancient evaluate, this transdisciplinary paintings explores the nexus between
robotic study and the humanities and
examines the diversity
of robot paintings, the come across with robot otherness, desktop embodiment and
human–robot interplay. tales of problems, pitfalls and successes are
recalled, characterising the multifaceted collaborations around the diverse
disciplines required to create robot art.

Although the ebook is
primarily unique in the direction of researchers, artists and scholars in robotics,
computer technological know-how and the arts,
its obtainable sort appeals to a person intrigued by way of robots and the arts.

Show description

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