Say hi to NORN, the AI-powered robot that paints. NORN uses paints, canvases, and brushes, just like the rest of us, to create his works of art. We are two scientists Anna and Nikolay from Moscow and Altai, Russia. NORN style of painting was designed as something distant from photographic repeating. We named it neuroimpressionism. The idea of neuroimpressionism is to identify the main thing through artificial intelligence perception, not a human perception - mood, energy, and reflect them on canvas with brushstroke form and colors. It would be the first of its kind in the market at the time - a robot that was painting pictures in a neuroimpressionism style. It's capable of creating a painting on a canvas using traditional equipment like brushes and paint. How does it work? An image or sketch is fed into the robot by the neural network. It then uses a paintbrush fixed to it to create creative and unique works of art on canvas. Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hd24xPk0wPg The best part about NORN is that it uses the same traditional tools that you would use for a painting. It's not perfect. As you can imagine, the robot still doesn't have the ability and freedom a human artist does. The movement angles for example are limited in comparison to a human. But after careful adjustments to the controls and parameters, the resulting paintings left the creators amazed. Find more on ainorn.art and instagram.com/ai_norn/ In conclusion, there is a lot to be done. This is actually just the beginning. But with enough machine learning and exploration among the engineers, NORN can become one of the most sophisticated creative robots out there.