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Robot Art 2018 Award

The style of the paintings was as varied as the robots. These five paintings from the 2018 competition show some of the variety. From left to right, these are the work of Canadian Artist Joanne Hastie, Japanese A Roboto, Columbia's Hod Lipson, Californian Team HHS, and Australian Artist Robert Todonai.

Like all things technology related recently, the contest also saw an increase in the amount of AI used by the robots each year.

This discovery, developed from the Science-Art Research Centre’s seashell discovery in the 1980s, of the life-force governing 50 million years of seashell evolution, has now been elevated to far greater historical scientific significance.”

“The biological scientist, Diego Rapoport was awarded a Telesio Galilei Academy of Science -London Gold Medal Laureate in 2010. His research concurred with the theory of evolution put forward by the biophysicist Simon Schnol, for which he was awarded the 2009 Gold Medal Laureate. Both provide a more profound scientific structure to support the Platonic artistic intuitions of 2009 Gold Medal Laureate awarded Robert Pope, the Director of the Science-Art Research Centre of Australia. In September, 2018, Diego and the biological scientist, Jean-Claude Pérez took the Platonic disciplines of living geometry to an unparalleled scientific pinnacle of achievement within the parameters of such disciplines as Cancer Biology, Molecular Biology, Genomics, Genetics, Fractals, Interdisciplinary Research [Science-Art} and Universal Genetic Code Table (Rapoport. D. L. and Pérez. J. C. 2018).

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