Two paintings up for auction in New York highlight a growing interest in artificial intelligence-created works -- a technique that could transform how art is made and viewed but is also stirring up passionate debate. The art world was stunned last year when an AI painting sold for $432,500 (roughly Rs. 3 crores), and auctioneers are keen to further test demand for computer-generated works.
"Art is a true reflection of what our society, what our environment responds to," said Max Moore of Sotheby's.
"And so it's just a natural continuation of the progression of art," he added.
Sotheby's will put two paintings by the French art collective Obvious up for sale on Thursday, including "Le Baron De Belamy."
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