Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been making significant strides in recent years, and one area where it is having a big impact is in the world of art. The rise of AI art work is changing the way we create, view, and think about art.
One of the most notable examples of AI art is "The Portrait of Edmond Belamy," which was created by a machine learning algorithm and sold at Christie's for $432,500 in 2018. This was the first time an AI-generated artwork had been sold at a major auction house, and it caused quite a stir in the art world.
Another example of AI art is the "Neural Style Transfer" algorithm, which can take a photograph and reproduce it in the style of a famous painting. This technique has been used to create new versions of classic works of art, and it has also been used to create entirely new images that are inspired by multiple different art styles.
AI art also has the potential to democratize the art world. With the help of AI, anyone with a computer can create art that looks like it was painted by a master. This could lead to a greater diversity of voices in the art world, and it could also open up new opportunities for people who may not have the traditional skills required to create art.
However, there are some concerns that AI art could lead to job losses in the art world, and some artists are worried that AI could make art less meaningful or valuable. But it is also possible that AI could lead to new forms of collaboration between artists and machines, which could open up new possibilities for artistic expression.
It is clear that AI art is already having a big impact on the art world, and it will likely continue to do so in the future. As this article is written by ChatGPT, a text generation AI model, the rise of AI art not only change the way we create and view art but also the way we write.
This whole article was written by an AI called "ChatGPT" and the images by an AI called "MidJourney".
The article took less than 10 seconds to complete, the art work around 30 seconds using the free version all these imagine do not exist and made from text prompts like the ones displayed below the imagines above.
These are demos of what is coming this year, with MidJourney exploding in power in the last few weeks and ChatGPT's next version gaining a 500x larger understanding of the world. Microsoft is adding it to Bing and it will soon be added to Microsoft Office. If you want to try these for yourself, the links are just below.