This work involves a program accessing a database to generate images based on parameters. It considers who should be credited as the creator of the visual content and whether the program’s involvement diminishes the significance of human creativity. The human contribution through code and user interaction introduces a layer of interpretation. It arises from philosophical and ethical considerations regarding the right to claim ownership over the truth emerging from collaborative or artistic endeavors.
Juan Manuel Torrado Martínez (ES)
Juan Manuel Torrado Martínez holds a bachelor of fine arts degree, specializing in engraving and design. He is an expert in generative digital art through programming in processing and a researcher at the University of Seville. He is passionate about merging human creativity and computational logic.