Social-cultural perspective of fine arts policies using AI model
by Bin Song
International Journal of Technology Management (IJTM), Vol. 86, No. 2/3/4, 2021

Abstract: In the recent past, the rise of hundreds of 'AI artists' and their interest in artificial intelligence algorithms and policies produce realistic arts in social-cultural perspectives. They create incredible pictures, sophisticated techniques, transcendent music, and even believable film scripts. This research is to establish an AI-based improved support vector machine algorithm (ISVMA) for developing and evaluating significant variations of design in art history to a close analysis of the past, the complexities, and the modelling methods of human artistic creation. Furthermore, the foster collaboration between the imagination of machines and art, which is commonly described as parallel but not in competition with human artists and with their emotional and social intentions. Instead, the relationship between the innovation of humans and computers, the way to optimise the artistic abilities of all parties, has been discussed in this research.

Online publication date: Wed, 20-Oct-2021

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