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Whether AI defeats human genius is an open

Fon_127_news_AI_enJason Allen, Théâtre D’opéra Spatial, 2022

The question of whether AI defeats human genius is being asked more and more insistently in society.  The news that the owner of tabletop game company created an image using neural networks, enlarged it printed on canvas, won an art competition Colorado State Fairaround the world and became a trigger for new discussions.

Artists accuse the author of dishonest participation and receiving an award and an attempt to bury fine art as such in general.

 Let’s see if it’s really that bad.

In point of fact, Allen generated the image using advanced tools created possible, he made more than 100 values, setting new parameters and training the neural network, he chose the conditions and he stops at the final result, he exhibited in the digital art section. Unless other artists do not use tools and use the same Photoshop where AI is used like that.
But the most important and burning question is whether art will die with the incoming message of AI, time seems, but you need to understand that any neural network is still a simulation of certain parameters, yes, it develops and offers many options in a short time, but it creates and has an original idea, semantic load can only be a person. To choose the version that would be the closest to the intended theme, the most perfect composition and color solution, this is given to a true artist.

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