Art in the age of artificial intelligence

Jan 20, 2024 | Art, Education, LLM's

This article explores the intersection of Salvador Dalí’s artistic approach and the emerging landscape of AI-generated art. It parallels Dalí’s creative remixing with the computational creativity of AI image generators like DALL-E, delving into the philosophical debate of machine-driven creativity. It critiques the early phases of AI art as an averaging of data and examines contemporary projects that blend human and machine creativity, prompting reflection on the role of machines in artistic creation. The piece emphasizes the need for policy to shape the future of creative professions, advocating for ethical considerations and balanced support for human and AI-based artistic endeavors.

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