Discover Unique, Eye-Gazed AI Art
Welcome to the world of Bernard Muller – entrepreneur, ALS patient, and pioneering AI artist. Diagnosed with ALS in 2010, Bernard’s journey hasn’t been an easy one. But through adversity, he has harnessed the power of technology to unleash a world of creativity.
Bound to a wheelchair and dependent on a ventilator, Bernard communicates and creates solely through the movement of his eyes. Using an eye-gaze computer and artificial intelligence, he crafts mesmerizing pieces of art – a testament to human resilience and the transformative power of technology.
His collections, displayed in the gallery section, is more than an exhibition of AI art. It’s an embodiment of courage, resilience, and the belief that our potential is boundless, no matter the challenges we face.
Each piece of art is a statement, an inspiring beacon for those battling their own trials. Remember: every artwork is a journey from a gaze to a masterpiece, brought to life by the power of Midjourney’s AI.
Join Bernard in his extraordinary journey of resilience and creativity. “When eyes speak, art listens” – welcome to Bernard Muller’s world.
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I am Bernard Muller, a former successful entrepreneur who was diagnosed with ALS in 2010. Since then, I have dedicated my life to using my skills to combat this debilitating disease. I founded a biotech company called Treeway, co-founded Project MinE, the largest global genomic research project, and established the ALS Investment Fund, a venture capital fund focused on ALS
Before my diagnosis, I enjoyed a successful career in the maritime industry. This field, full of dynamism and constant challenges, shaped my problem-solving mindset and introduced me to a global community of professionals and cultures. It honed my adaptability and resilience, characteristics that proved to be instrumental when life took an unexpected turn. Even though my path has diverged considerably, my time in the maritime industry has left a lasting influence on my perspective and approach, inspiring me to tackle adversity with the same relentless determination and creative problem-solving spirit.
As I continue to battle this disease, my health has declined, leaving me wheelchair-bound, without speech, and dependent on a ventilator. Despite these challenges, I use technology to stay active and maintain a positive outlook. I communicate exclusively with my eyes on a speech computer and employ AI to create art using only my eyes, inspiring others who are confronted with adversity