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Christie's, the auction house that has sold paintings by Picasso and Monet at record prices, is poised to set another milestone with the first-ever auction of art created by artificial intelligence.While the auction of machine-designed art is a first, some see the sale as yet another work of portraiture on the Christie's auction block.First, a set of 15,0000 portraits painted between the 14th and 20th Centuries was fed into a computer.Then the Generator made a new image based on that set, and the Discriminator tried to spot the difference between a human-made image and one created by the Generator.
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