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Computing, art and possibilities

Previously I’ve posted about the possibility of automation for many of today’s tasks performed by knowledge workers.

 

This post from New Scientist shows how a Computer paints with 17 million colors. Although that may sound like a lot, the RGB colors make up a triangular subset inside the CIE color space, which shows all the colors that a human eye should be able to see.

 

 

The video (warning - there is music in this video) is a soothing diversion for a Thursday, but also a reminder of the interesting and normally creative work that computing can facilitate.

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