Will the market for artificial intelligence art take off?

In its nascency, the market for artificial intelligence (AI) art remains as mysterious and misunderstood as the field itself. This week, Christie’s will become the first auction house to sell a work created by AI when the work Portrait of Edmond Belamy (2018) by the Paris-based collective Obvious goes under the hammer in New York. But generative art is nothing new, says Jason Foumberg, the curator of the US-based Thoma Foundation’s digital art collection.

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