Definition of generative
: having the power or function of generating, originating, producing, or reproducing
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Next, the team unleashed a generative adversarial network (GAN) on its images.
Researchers from Rutgers University, the College of Charleston and Facebook’s AI Lab collaborated on the system, which is a type of generative adversarial network or GAN, which uses two independent neural networks to critique each other.
The project involved tapping software that uses a technique called generative design to dream up new creations.
Although generative design is gaining some traction, there are still challenges with using it.
And that was a very sort of creative and generative thought exercise for me.
The show, with its scrappy, ad-hoc energy and first-rate works, is an admirable, and, one hopes, generative, circling of the wagons.
The visual application of generative art is newer, however.
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