If Art imitates life, can Big Data imitate Art?

If we accept Pablo Picasso’s provocative but remarkable statement that “good artists copy, but great artists steal…” then Big Data provides us with more opportunities “to steal”. The problem is then a matter of choice and decision. How does this align with Harold Bloom’s theory of intertextuality and the “anxiety of influence”?

In the latest of her Duet series of interviews, Dr Caldarola, author of Big Data and Law, and Christian Monjou M. Phil (Oxon.), connoisseur of art and bridge builder between art and management, consider what impact the digital revolution will have on art and innovation.

Read on — https://www.duet-interviews.com/zv0

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Dr Maria Cristina Caldarola

Dr Maria Cristina Caldarola

Dr iur. Maria Cristina Caldarola, LL.M., MBA – “Duet Interviews” host, “Big Data and Law” co-author, “CU³IC UG” co-founder and CEO, www.duet-interviews.com