Blatantly ironic art show about AI makes portraits using AI

June 29, 2017

Mark Zuckerberg gets the AI treatment.Image: the most famous artist The Most Famous Artist is all about reverse-engineering art to find what works on social media. In his latest project, he’s using artificial intelligence to create like-able and sell-able work that also comments on AI’s potential to kill jobs and industries. SEE ALSO: Bright pink houses attract crowds looking for the perfect selfie, and the neighbors are pissed Earlier this…

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Beyonc had twins and turned Twitter into a heart eyes emoji

June 19, 2017

MomImage: valerie macona/AFP/Getty Images After a few rough days/weeks/months on planet earth, we needed something purely delightful, like the birth of two potentially preternaturally talented and definitely adorable babies. Beyonc kindly delivered, as she does. With the possible exception of Kim Kardashian, seems like pretty much everyone on the internet is just really happy for her and Jay Z. For one precious day, Twitter, a breeding ground for antagonism, is…

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Inside the exclusive world of Tinder Select

June 18, 2017

Do you really want to be Select?Image: Getty Images The world first learned about the existence of Tinder Select earlier this year, but details have been hard to come by. Until now. Thankfully, Business Insider reporter Nathan McAlone managed to wrangle himself entrance into datings most exclusive club. And what he uncovered is…underwhelming. At least when compared to the VIP booth jammed with A-listers and unimaginably hot people that we’d…

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Adam West built the foundation of a Batman legacy

June 11, 2017

Adam West, left, and Burt Ward dresses as "Batman" and "Robin." Nobody did it better.Image: Mark Elias/AP/REX/Shutterstock In the late 1960s and early ’70s, I raced home from school every afternoon to power load on superhero and Sci-Fi television. It was all reruns, though I didn’t know it. There was Star Trek. Gigantor, Superman, and, of course, Batman. SEE ALSO: Adam West, everyone’s favorite Batman, dead at 88 I was…

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Snow tha Product is America’s most woke rapper

June 7, 2017

California-raised, bilingual rapper Claudia Feliciano, known nationally as Snow tha Product, wanted tobecome a psychiatrist. She believed that was the only way tohelpteenagers who struggle with depression—the experience of deep hopelessness is one she can personally relate to, after all. I felt like through music I would be able to help way more people, and what better way to teenagers than to do so with the type of music that…

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Jennifer Garner Reportedly Still Thinks Ben Affleck Was “The Love Of Her Life”

June 6, 2017

Weve weathered some big celebrity breakupsrecently, and honestly, theyre difficult to hear about. Sure, we know its not our lives at stake, but somehow watching our favorite celebrities call it quits on love makes us feel bleak. Is there science behind that? Probably. Am I going to bore you with it? Nope. Instead Im going to feed your need to know how Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck whom youve never…

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Where Andy Warhol Went Dark

June 3, 2017

At what point did Andy Warhols fascination with Americas consumer culture turn to its darker side? A new exhibition at Mexico Citys influential Museo Jumex, Andy Warhol. Dark Star, attempts to provide insights into the conceptual and technical shifts that marked the first decade of the Pop Art giants art career. On display throughout all of the institutions exhibition spaces are more than 150 works that start with his breakthrough…

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Kim Kardashian pens essay calling for stricter gun control

June 3, 2017

Image: Stephen Lovekin/REX/Shutterstock “Is it more important to protect the second amendment than to protect our own children?” asks Kim Kardashian West in an open letter on her website. She’s one of the celebrities working with Everytown for Gun Safety on National Gun Violence Awareness Day to call for stricter gun control. “There is such a disconnect between what the country needs to protect our people and the laws that…

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James Corden is Late Night’s biggest overachiever (just not in ratings)

June 1, 2017

This guy won't be dropping the mic any time soon.Image: Getty images Late night TV is full of overachieving hosts: Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon are locked in a battle for ratings dominance (while Colbert is simultaneously locked in a snark battle with President Trump); Jimmy Kimmel will return to host the 2018 Oscars (despite this year’s controversial telecast); and James Corden is apparently trying to become the third-busiest man…

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