The incredible emergence of imaging tools has put a more conservative sector of the art world at loggerheads, who believe that artificial intelligence is directly robbing them of their very essence.
Currently with the arrival of artificial intelligence in almost all areas and sectors that surround us, there are a lot of people jumping against this novelty, either in the form of an algorithm or even robots, due to the loss of humanity.
Some artists are excited about the ability to create entirely new digital images using text prompts and see it as a new tool to be creative and generate more content in the future, but others feel it’s the beginning of the end .
In the case that we are talking about today, and as you already know, there are tools that are currently gaining great fame, such as DALLE 2, which are strongly questioned by “real” artists who consider them a great scam as the art loses its creative essence and this process of working out a project like a painting. Quite a disaster in terms of art preservation future.
It is true that no human can do what these tools do, viz Create such a diverse and high-quality range of images in secondsbut that doesn’t make him an artist.
Even if it seems magical sometimes Under the hood is another computer algorithm which strictly follows the instructions of the authors of this article, so it is quite remarkable to say that we are not on the same page.
So is there “art” in this technology?
The ultimate art of this tool, rests with those who designed the algorithmand even in those making a use such as we have already seen.
And yes, it seems that there is little merit in what is produced by a machine or robot use technology up to date, but someone had to be behind the development and design. If we take it as an example, the same thing happens with photography, but there is the photographer who determines the composition, brightness, focus, etc. and we regard it as an artistic craft.
At the end of everything we are talking about generation plants for specific sectors such as advertising or marketing, and not the usurpation of something we believe we all oppose.
The creator of Stable Diffusion, a popular open-source model taking the internet by storm, doesn’t think AI will take away artists’ ability to make a living. Give a great example: “Excel didn’t put accountants out of work; I still pay my accountants”said Emad Mostaque.
According to him, this tool technology will give artists new jobs: “The industry of Artificial intelligence It’s a sector that will grow massively. If you want to make money from it, it’ll be a lot more fun.”