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An exhibition of paintings generated by AI will be held in Kyiv for the first time

30 Aug, 2022
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An exhibition of paintings generated by AI will be held in Kyiv for the first time

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As part of the new international art project "Save Ukr(AI)ne", ten unique paintings generated using artificial intelligence (AI) technology from the Ukrainian startup ZibraAI will be presented. The paintings depict the stories of the evacuation of children and families who managed to be saved from the hot spots of the Russian-Ukrainian war. During half a year of full-scale war, the team of the "Save Ukraine" charity evacuated more than 55,000 children and families.

For the sake of the exhibition, artificial intelligence recreated its vision of history, not a single image, so the paintings are full of deep meanings and details. Pictures with scenes of saving children and families were created with the help of technology developed by the Ukrainian deep-tech startup ZibraAI. Before that, ZibraAI has already presented a series of art generated by artificial intelligence: the "Sirens Gallery" project, which documents the main events of this war and collected a quarter of a million hryvnias for humanitarian aid to Ukrainians affected by the war and the reconstruction of Ukrainian cities.

ZibraAI team

The international art project starts in Kyiv and will be presented in the coming months on three continents: Europe, Asia and America. The curators of the international art project "Save Ukr(AI)ne" became Liza Yaknyunas and Sofia Fedchenko, members of the "Save Ukraine" team, who, from the first days of the full-scale invasion of Russia into the territory of Ukraine, have been helping the world to get quality and truthful information about Ukrainian children in the war and terrible crimes of the army of the Russian Federation. In Kyiv, the exhibition will last from August 31 to September 4 inclusive.

You can see the paintings on the fifth floor of the Ukrainian House, at the address: Khreshchatyk, 2, from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.


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