Technology boom: Discover the first humanoid robot artist named Ai-Da…

Ai-Da is a humanoid robot who is credited as the first ultra-realistic robot artist in the world.  Ai-Da is an artificially intelligent robot that creates drawings, paintings, and sculptures.

It was completed in 2019. Ada Lovelace is her given name.  When the robot used her prosthetic hand and cameras in her eyes to draw individuals from sight with a pencil, it grabbed international attention. 

Aidan Meller, a gallerist, collaborated with Engineered Arts, a Cornish robotics business, to create Ai-Da. Salaheldin Al Abd and Ziad Abass, undergraduate students from the University of Leeds’ School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, developed her drawing intelligence, and Salaheldin Al Abd and Ziad Abass developed her drawing arm.

Ai-robotic Da’s arm glides slowly, dipping into a paint palette and making slow, methodical strokes over the paper in front of her with a brush clenched tightly in her bionic hand.

This is ‘mind-blowing’ and unbelieveble material, according to Aidan Meller, developer of Ai-Da, the world’s first ultra-realistic humanoid robot.

Ai-Da – given the pronoun she/her – has become the first robot to paint like painters have done for ages in a small room at London’s British Library.

AI algorithms lead Ai-Da to probe, pick, make decisions, and, finally, create a painting, with her camera fixated on her objective. It’s time-consuming work that takes more than five hours each painting, yet no two are same.

Of course she has a fame in the whole world.
The response has been overwhelming wherever she has gone on tour. However, audiences in the Middle East and Far East have been particularly enthusiastic about modern technology.

While viewers in Europe have been more concerned about the risks. Mr Meller believes that the interplay between people and machines will only get more complicated over time.

‘People were stunned, amazed, challenged, and concerned,’ he says. ‘It took care of everything.’

‘We’re well aware that Ai-Da is Marmite — she’s a thorn in our side. Something about a robot machine that looks like a human that we can relate to is troublesome.

‘We are not here to promote robot technology fundamentally,’ he argues. ‘It’s the nature of it that we’re questioning.’

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