What happens when everyone is a creator

JPR at a lunch At its core level, the subject of Siggraph is human human creativity. Increasingly though, we're seeing machine creativity get more attention as AI breaks out of the labs and gets into the everyday work of artists and creators. That was a major theme at Siggraph this year and the annual JPR luncheon was a reflection of ...

Kathleen Maher

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