Category Archives: algo


Recently I’ve been playing with Generative Adversarial Networks, which are a new flavour of neural network architecture which can be used to generate new representations from a corpus of data. That data can be images, speech, music, pretty much anything that can be represented as data. In this case, I’m using a GAN to generate […]


The UK Government’s (lack of) position on the execution of Brexit would be laughable, were it not so crushingly destructive to almost every aspect of life in the UK. The word itself is often prefixed with vague and misleading qualifiers, that only serve to further baffle and confuse observers. ‘Hard Brexit’, ‘Soft Brexit’ or even […]


These animated portraits are made of files. Donald Trump Steve Bannon The individual frames are of a far higher resolution than you see here. Click the image below to see one full size.

Adventures at the edge of culture

Here’s video of the talk I gave in May at The Odditorium, about ideaspace and algo-culture, alongside Alan Moore, John Higgs and others. I talk about @factbot1, @theresamaybot, MachineImaginedArt and Algo-incantations amongst other things. It’s 23 minutes long, of course. Here’s a video of Alan Moore in conversation with John Higgs, later on in the […]

360 style transfer

There’s been much excitement about Prisma, offering lovely artistic style transfer effects via an iPhone app. I think we’ll look back at this point in time as the moment when creative deep learning algorithms went overground. I’m looking forward to seeing where it leads. I thought I’d apply some style transfer effects to 360 photos. […]