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Tools for STEAM education: Painting Robots

The article explores the growing demand for tech-related jobs and the need for educational adaptation to prepare students adequately. It introduces Robohood Inc.'s robotic artists, integrated into the STEAM program, to enhance interdisciplinary learning by combining technology with art. This initiative aims to equip students with essential skills like critical thinking and creative problem-solving for future careers in rapidly evolving fields.

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Can a Robot Paint Like a Human? Exploring the Future of Art

Vladimir Tsimberg, founder of Robohood Inc., unveils an innovative algorithm enabling AI-driven robotic arms to transfer digital images onto canvas with a unique artistic flair, democratizing creativity and pushing the boundaries of traditional painting. While critics highlight initial flaws in the robotic artistry, Tsimberg emphasizes its evolving nature, comparing it to early photography's transformation into smartphone photography. Through collaborative efforts and ongoing technological advancements, Robohood aims to position robotic artists as collaborative tools, not replacements, in the artistic process.

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Robots with Robohood technology allow everyone to paint. Are we facing a devaluation of art?

“Everyone can paint now!” Will this bring about a perfect world or a future disaster for the art industry, leaving it in ruins?

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From Idea to World Changing Impact: Why technology takes time to evolve

Very often we have to discuss the quality of robotic painting. Many people argue it leaves much to be desired compared to human standards and that it’s easier to just create the artwork yourself. The statement is premature. Here's why.

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Artist and robot creating a painting: Who is the author?

The artist cannot be the author of a painting if someone else has painted it for them. Jeff Koons, Damien Hirst, Takashi Murakami, and other masters who use assistants are constantly criticized. While their assistants do most of the work, these artists still claim authorship under their own name.‍With the rise of artificial intelligence, this question has resurfaced, but in a slightly original form. Now artists are using robots to paint pictures, and beyond the question of authorship, the public is asking: where is the human creativity in this?

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NFT and Robohood: Why is it the next step in art

As digital artists say, "If there's anything more unique than my art, it's my art turned into an NFT." Non-fungible tokens are a loyal format for any creative individual, a way to monetize their skills. Here's what Robohood offers artists who want to try the NFT format:

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