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Nano Construct (2016), traced the unique relationship between art and science by creating an outline for an entirely new approach to the widely discussed problem of translating non-human scientific discoveries made by artificial intelligence, to human understandable language. This translation takes on a form of a Lego-like game - a construction set made of 3D printed nanoparticle molecules of new cancer drugs predicted by Artificial Intelligence (AI). Our experiments showed that the shape of the particles and Newtonian dynamics play a crucial part in the process. As for shape – form – is something that art is very familiar with; and by designing certain properties, a tangible, 3D printed, lego-like, game could be very helpful in speeding up the translation process. If enlarged to (or above) human scale, these molecules are composing almost architectural environments, where one can be surrounded or rather literally walk or dwell inside an architecture created by artificial and human knowledge. Project was developed in collaboration with the Daniel Heller Nanotechnology Lab and Chodera Computational and Systems Biology Lab at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

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