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Bridging Humanities and Computer Science with Early AI Art

Thanks to Pamela McCorduck’s personal collection, gifted to Special Collections in 2018, the Libraries is home to a significant collection of AI art by groundbreaking artists Harold Cohen and Lillian Schwartz. The 19 pieces held in the collection are early, unique examples of the potential for creativity and innovation at the intersection of computer science and the humanities.

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