Modern computers using artificial intelligence, in addition to solving purely technical problems, are able to show creative abilities, mastering various forms of visual arts.
Specialists of the high-tech company TataConsultancy Services Limited (TCS) from India trained a neural network in the art of creating portraits using the Jordan Curve - a simple line that starts and ends at a single point and never intersects. Researchers at TCS Robotics Lab have created artificial intelligence that, based on Jordan's theorem, is able to create a variety of images in an extremely short time.
A neural network called Chitrakar (casteartists in Nepal) is able to analyze and transform into a graphic drawing from the Jordan curve, any image, up to photographs. After analyzing the image, the AI transfers the image transformed into the Jordan line onto a sheet of paper using a robotic arm imitating the artist's hand. A drawing with a decent resolution can be completed in less than 30 minutes, which is impossible to do by hand.