DALL-E is an AI system that can create realistic images and art when given a prompt. For example, this poster was generated when DALL-E was asked to produce an ‘oil painting of a sad robot who is forced to create art for humans’. The AILA initiative, led by Professor Lee Spector, has created Amherst College’s first exhibition of art generated through artificial intelligence. The prompts given to DALL-E were descriptions of real pieces of artwork within the Mead’s collection. With no clue how the actual object looks, how close will the artificially-generated image be to it’s genuine counterpart? After the exhibition, there will be a discussion panel with professors from the Computer Science department and Art department at Amherst College. We will touch upon various topics, such as: ‘Is DALL-E an artist?’ or ‘Once it’s been produced, who owns the AI-generated art?’. Students are also welcome to ask their own questions!