Is AI art really an art ?
Artificial intelligence (AI) has the ability to create art that is indistinguishable from that of a human artist. In some cases, AI can create art that is even more realistic than that of a human artist.
AI can create art by drawing on data from images, video, and other sources. It can also create art based on user input. AI can create art that is humorous, serious, or any other type of artistic expression.
Some artists believe that AI will eventually replace human artists.
Others believe that AI will augment human artists, providing them with additional creative abilities.
AI can be used to create art that is more accurate, realistic, or even abstract.
AI can also be used to create art that is inspired by specific artists or periods in history.
There are a number of companies and organizations that are working on AI-based art projects.
Midjourney, DALL-E, Google, Google has developed a project called DeepDream. DeepDream uses AI to create images that are dreamlike and psychedelic.
The question is:
Is AI art really an art?
Even if it is possible to be recognized as an AI artist and to be entitled to sell his works.
Many wonder if it is really worthwhile to appropriate a work created with the assistance of an artificial intelligence.
Recently, the artist Jason M. Allen won the Blue Ribbon in the Colorado State Fair's Emerging Digital Artists' Fair competition.
©Jason M. Allen
His work "Theatre D'opera Spatial" is one of the first AI works to win this prize.
The work was created with "Midjourney" an independent research laboratory which produces an artificial intelligence program.
But the awarding of this prize has generated complaints and negative reactions from other artists accusing Jason M. Allen of cheating.
Mr jason M. Allen will say later that his work had been submitted, specifying that his work had been done with an AI and therefore that he had broken no rules.
No matter how AI is used, it is clear that it has the potential to profoundly change art.