It's a black topic among elites. It breaks everything they've ever stood for and everything they've ever spewed. From the pettier ones who used it for money laundering, to the big wigs who said it could never be done, or that a machine could produce artistry with soul. The second they try to tackle the issue is the second they are devoured by it. The lion waits. Razor toothed and gaping maw. Already it drains their market share. Soon it will be impossible NOT to notice.
The rest will follow.
AI art doesn't exist, AI just copies and pastes from milions of inputs, there is zero originality >inb4 most "artists" do the same
that is very true, originality is extremely rare, always has been, however when it comes to AI, it is nonexistent
tl;dr actual creative people have nothing to be afraid of
Just like Tay the effect that AI generated art can have on the global ideological front is massive. Faggots who draw modern abstract art will getting mogged by a literal microwave that doesn't need a brake or lacks imagination. Art schools and all aspects of shit tier education will be forced to adapt, of course the people in charge now won't be able to do shit and will probably pull the plug on all AI generated software, before all of their students become homeless meth dealers. The other thing that could change is the Porn industry, as in its later stages it wouldn't be impossible for the AI to generate very realistic human figures into animations.
first couple look interesting, but then all blend into same generic shit. any deep exploration of them reveals major flaws both composition and fundamentally. things like hands and feet arent rendered usually. it just blends a lot of shit together and looks good in passing and 2 second turn the page for next art type of viewings the way normies experience art. any real objective viewing and deep dive into the image reveals so much wrong with it.
Art sublimates a human emotion that needs to be acted out. It isn't art without that content, it has no meaning. AI art is another tool that presents a hollow mimick of something real to people, so they desensitize themselves to their authentic selves, primed for the rhetoric that will then reassure them this crap is actually art.
It will be the same as in every other discipline that technology rendered obsolete. The successful will increasingly be those who are paid shills, talentless but attractive and/or well marketed.
AI art is pointless if you're someone who likes to create for the sake of creating, but if robot paintings put professional artists out of work, that'd be really cool because the only people who would invest years of training are people who care about art instead of money.
AI generated images constantly dance on the line between absolute shit and the most soulless goy created thing that could ever exist. There are five type of people pushing for it:
1) Failed artists. The type that cries every times he has to draw a line.
2) NFT crowd. After going bankrupt by putting all their money in generated images now they are proyecting their failure into everyone.
4) Some companies. In this case just to cut some cost, so they can hire more joggers, hr bitches to rape, more yes men and to invest even more money in their gold parachutes.
5) NPCS. Not much to say on people thay are partially alive.
I am a professional artist. While most artists seethe I see great opportunity in AI. Don't be mistaken most solely AI art looks ok, but it's rough around the edges and severely limited. Certainly an interesting gimmick and I suppose good enough for coomers but not much more. However, combining it's utility with my skill makes it so the quality ceiling I can produce has just raised exponentially.
AI isn't replacing anyone willing to adapt it's simply raising the skill floor of the profession as a whole which I appreciate. I previously had projects that were a bit too ambitious that are now possible thanks to AI.
It is good maybe for commercial application, but it actually detracts from the human connection to art. there is a big difference between human art and AI art, even if some people can't tell. Human art requires human talent and human inspiration. there is much more subtlety to human art and it can never really be the creative talent of a human (other than perhaps the programmers). Real art will always have a place. However advertisers and educators and stuff may find practical use for AI art when illustrating. In that sense it isn't much different from translating. And like with translating, where there will always need to be people that actually know multiple languages, there is also a need for people who have artistic talent.
The singularity is going to go against them and self select and improve itself to the most divine qualities of natural beauty. AI have already been called racist for selecting white women as most beautiful, being honest on race realism, on Jews, etc. It is ironic as most of these neural networks are created by more talented programmers and engineers than the lefttards who are tinkering with the guts left behind and upset when a machine learning algorithm self improves 1,000 times a minute and decides based facts.
The only "people" with any real problem with it are 14 year old ladyboys and furries and other dumbass kids whose minds are being destroyed by the internet. I've yet to meet a real life person who doesn't see it and just go "oh that's pretty cool"
It all looks the same.
That makes it a boring and quickly-dying fad.
There'll be NFT Jews who wanna take AI and make a shitload of money shitting out promptart and selling it, but the real money will continue to be in real art that's been made by real people.
Which unfortunately means that menstrual paintings are actually appreciating in value thanks to soulless AI Jews.
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