AI art expo on marine conservation taking place in Tamparuli, Sabah


- Image courtesy of Rumah Terbalik.

KOTA KINABALU: Artwork generated with artificial intelligence (AI) is being exhibited at popular tourism spot Rumah Terbalik in Tamparuli until May 12 this year to promote marine conservation.

Crafted using AI art generator 'Gencraft', the exhibition tells the story of 'The Guardians of the Tides', a fictional group of sea turtle superheroes, said Rumah Terbalik owner and Friends of Sea Turtles Education and Research (Foster) president Alexander Yee.

The idea is based on the true story of sea turtle conservation on Pulau Libaran in Sandakan, an initiative led by Foster, he said in a statement here on Tuesday (Feb 6).

"This exhibition is a testament to the intersection of art and technology, providing a unique platform to foster awareness and ignite change.

"It is not merely about art; it's a call to action, a celebration of creativity, and an opportunity to contribute to the preservation of our oceans," said Yee.

Updates on the exhibition and more information can be found on the "Rumah Terbalik - The Upside Down House in Borneo!" Facebook page.

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