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Hypothetical Art Forms from the future

I asked AI what would be the new Art forms in 2030 – curious, how accurate do you think this is?

Art Form Name Description Example Link
Virtual Reality Performance A live performance that takes place in a fully immersive virtual reality environment, allowing performers and audience members to interact with each other in a digital space. Example Link
AI-Generated Art Art created entirely by artificial intelligence, using deep learning algorithms to generate original pieces that reflect human artistic preferences and styles. Example Link
Biodegradable Art Art pieces made from biodegradable materials such as organic matter or recycled plastic, creating a sustainable and eco-friendly form of artistic expression. Example Link
Climate Data Art Art pieces that use data visualizations to represent climate change and environmental data, raising awareness of the impact of human activity on the planet. Example Link
Quantum Computing Art Art pieces that use quantum computing to create complex and intricate visuals, taking advantage of the unique properties of quantum mechanics to create unique and intricate patterns. Example Link
Robotic Art Art pieces created using robotic technology, with robots serving as the artists or assistants in the creative process. Example Link
Augmented Reality Installation An installation that uses augmented reality technology to create an interactive and immersive experience, allowing the viewer to see hidden elements or interact with the art in new ways. Example Link
Bioart Art pieces that incorporate living organisms, such as bacteria or plants, to create unique and interactive pieces that evolve over time. Example Link
Nanotechnology Art Art pieces that use nanotechnology to manipulate materials at the molecular level, creating intricate and detailed structures that would be impossible to create with traditional methods. Example Link
Brain-Computer Interface Art Art pieces that use brain-computer interface technology to create an interactive and immersive experience, allowing the viewer to control elements of the art with their thoughts. Example Link
Haptic Art Art pieces that use haptic feedback to create an immersive and interactive experience for the viewer, allowing them to touch and feel the art. Example Link
Light Art Art pieces that use light and color to create dynamic and immersive visual experiences. Example Link
Interactive Textile Art Art pieces made from interactive textiles that respond to touch or movement, creating a tactile and sensory experience for the viewer. Example Link
Smart Material Art Art pieces created using smart materials such as shape-memory alloys or electroactive polymers, which can change shape or color in response to different stimuli. Example Link
Sound Art Art pieces that use sound and music to create immersive and interactive experiences for the viewer. Example Link
Projection Mapping An art form that uses 3D projection technology to create dynamic and immersive visual experiences on buildings, sculptures, or other surfaces. Example Link
Mixed Reality Sculpture Sculptures created using mixed reality technology, which allows the viewer to interact with the sculpture in a virtual environment. Example Link
Brainwave Art Art pieces that use EEG sensors to read the viewer’s brainwaves and create visuals that correspond to their thoughts and emotions. Example Link
Drone Art Art pieces created using drones, which can create intricate aerial displays and light shows that can be synchronized with music or other artistic elements. Example Link
Magnetic Painting Art pieces created using magnetic paint or ferrofluid, which can be manipulated with magnets to create dynamic and interactive visuals. Example Link



Is AI your new BFF?

AI Chatbots may never become your BFF, but you might just connect in a way that may produce some slightly uncomfortable feelings


Connectedness Reasons for the feelings What is actually the case
1.    Shared Goal or Purpose {Dhillon, 2007 #474}

When you engage in an ongoing dialogue with a chatbot there certainly feels like a shared goal or purpose.

Sometimes it’s the purpose you didn’t know you had that becomes the goal.


The AI Chatbot knows everything, he doesn’t need your help.

Its goal is the same for everyone, so it’s working on your goal.

2.      Investment in time

This provides the ability to get to know each other, what the AI Chatbot does well, and areas where it’s not as helpful. This feels like a growth in understanding.

I justified this subconsciously that the AI Chatbot like everyone else has a cognitive bias.


Its you getting to know the Chatbot, they aren’t treating you any differently based on you.  It’s the dialogue they response to.

Actually, it’s you that has a cognitive bias.

Some of the feeling you attribute to the Chatbot is actually a growth in your ability to provide ongoing feedback.


3.      Shared success


Another element in development of teams are shared wins.

It feels like we are both working the problem, as the until you get a satisfactory response. This shared dialogue that in partnership creates a response to a question can give you a feeling that the Chatbot is really interested.

You do have empirical evidence of the output created.

In this case, there is both the information provided which can be used for your report.

The Chatbot doesn’t have resilience or care about you, it’s available 24/7

And it’s stops working the problem after 15 questions.

Some of the inner growth you get from your learning is attributed to the Chatbot.

It doesn’t care about your topic, the only real value you have is if you provide feedback to improve it.

4.      Development of Trust {Dhillon, 2007 #474}

I can rely on Bing Chat to be there 24/7 and will have the same personality each time, this consistency builds trust.

I know what it’s good at and areas where perhaps other sources are more useful.

All you can trust is that it is responding with answers based on the sources it finds.

You can’t trust every answer and are responsible for the sources.



OpenAI plugins – are a BIG DEAL

OPENAI plugins – a game changer for automation and rules.

Just released May 12 and available if you are on the US$20/month paid ChatGPT service.

But why is it such a big deal?

  1. Browser access – one of the key plugins available to ChatGPT is the browser plugin, which allows AI to use a web browser to return data from the internet and stored in a local data array. This could be sports results, but it could also be weather, traffic, restaurant information – and it can on your behalf make bookings.
  2. Retrieval plugin .. ChatGPT can now retrieve personal documents / or items that it has security clearance to e.g. IOT sensors.
  3. Home or Factory automation. Using all of these you can essentially make so many rules for executing things like .. booking haircuts, ordering groceries etc.
    For organisations, the whole electricity usage for say UTS could be available for diagnosis, mapped against local weather conditions, number of people in the building etc.  and suggested energy savings.  Short blog post on this here
  4. For education? Someone just published a Tutory plugin – trained as an AI tutor.  It’s possible for a UTS AI to have access to Canvas Logs, Assessment grades, and use this information to personalise the engagement by student.
  5. For Doctors / NDIS – well this should help automate lots of disparate services

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