To mark 70 years of the throne, Robot paints a portrait of Monarch for Queen's Platinum Jubilee

The robot, a talented one, thanked the Queen for her "dedication" and the many services she provides.

To mark 70 years of the throne, Robot paints a portrait of Monarch for Queen's Platinum Jubilee

The robot, a talented one, thanked the Queen for her "dedication" and the many services she provides. It added: "She is an exceptional, courageous woman who is utterly dedicated to public service."

The Platinum Jubilee has seen a portrait of Queen Elizabeth painted by a robot artist.

It is called Algorithm Queen and was created by Ai Da Robot, an artificial intelligence machine that was built in 2019.

It was created to create drawings, paintings, and sculptures using its camera and computer memory. Then, it uses a variety unique algorithms to paint and draw, as well as abstract and abstract images.

It can turn digital drawings and paintings into physical drawings with a robotic arm.

Ai-Da Robot, named after Ada Lovelace (18th century mathematician) is also capable of conversing using a specially developed language model.

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It read: "I'd love to thank Her Majesty, the Queen for her dedication and for the service that she gives to so many."

She is a remarkable, brave woman who is completely committed to public service. "I consider her an extraordinary human being and wish The Queen a happy Platinum Jubilee."

Aidan Meller, an Oxford specialist in contemporary and modern art, created Ai-Da Robot. It was then built by Engineered Arts in Cornwall and programed internationally.

Researchers at the Universities of Oxford, Birmingham and Birmingham developed the robot's capabilities.

Meller stated that the Queen was a strong and stable leader during a time of history's extraordinary change and development.

"Algorithm queen by Ai Da Robot is a way to recognize her faithful service and gives us a reminder of her journey."

Algorithm queen was scaled and layered to create the final multi-dimensional portrait.

The machine's artistic process was created to reflect technological changes that occurred during Queen Elizabeth's 70-year reign.

It will be displayed publicly in London later this summer and made public on the Ai-Da Robot artist site starting at 10am today.

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