The day AI mastered art

Recently, a picture of a medieval village, in the form of a spiral, appeared on Reddit. It quickly attracted the attention of social network users, mostly because it was created with the help of AI tools. Image

Reddit user Ugleh is image created with the help of an AI platform Stable Diffusion and ControlNet techniques. The reactions are mostly positive, and many point out that something completely new has finally appeared in the world of AI art.

Y-Combinator startup co-founder Paul Graham went as far as that pointed out that with this picture the Ai art tool passed the Turing test for him. In other words – AI art is increasingly difficult to distinguish from what human beings create.

Not everyone is impressed, since there has long been a controversy over copyright with AI companies such as OpenAi. So are some users from Platform X pointed out that “the picture is nice, but many decisions were made in the process that a human artist would never make”.

The US Copyright Agency is announced that the image does not meet all the requirements to be protectedso it remains to be seen in which direction AI art will further push the boundaries.

Source: Ars Technica

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