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 ====== Talks ====== ====== Talks ======
 ===== Fall 2017 ===== ===== Fall 2017 =====
 +==== The Computer Programming of Art ====
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 +| Date     | November 17, 2017 |
 +| Speakers | Jesse Maes   |
 +| Slides ​  | [[https://​gist.github.com/​kebertx/​5d05ba1ecf6c13ca48007f78e9114d3a|ipython notebook]] |
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 +> It can be easy to get the impression that computer programming is all about "​logic"​ and "​efficiency"​ and "​problem solving."​ Well you know what? Sometimes computer science is more art than science, Morty; a lot of people don't get that!
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 +> At this week's ACM presentation,​ Jesse Maes will be showing us the basics of procedural art generation! Expect a Bob Ross style live demo, showcasing a few classic algorithms for creating pieces of visual art. Landscapes, paintings, trees, fractals... shapes! You name it! There'​s a ton of potential in programming for creativity and self expression - come see what you can do to a canvas with just few lines of code.
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 ==== Computers at War ==== ==== Computers at War ====
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