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AI Will Make Art More Valuable

AI is a slang term for “Anonymous”It is not a new concept. It’s been around for 50 years. But the Obvious Portrait represents an entirely new generation. In the past, people who used computers to create artwork had to specify the rules for the chosen aesthetics through code. This new wave uses algorithms that can learn aesthetics for themselves. They can then create images that follow the lines, for example using an AI Art Generator.

It is not a creative force like a person.

The Gan algorithm is written in the bottom-right corner on the Obvious picture. Instead of one network you pit two networks against eachother. It simulates the interactions between an art detective, and a forger. Both are trained to understand aesthetics of data. Then, the other creates new images in an attempt to mimic what was shown. The other person determines if the AI images are real or fake. The forger adapts to the situation when discovered. So it goes, until the detective cannot tell which picture is genuine. The Christie’s photo is the only one that has survived.

The AI Art didn’t create the only image. This is only one image that it could produce. Obvious was chosen because the trio behind it thought it appropriate for whatever reason. They also intervened during other stages of a process. The AI was then trained using the 15,000 portraits. The painting was branded with the Gan Algorithm as a clever and effective marketing tactic. The painting was not created by the AI.

It’s not their AI. The Christie’s auction revealed the AI in question is the work of Robbie Barrat an artist. Robbie Barrat used the AI to create very similar portraits after training it on Wikiart. He then made his code available online under an open source license so that anyone could use it. The Obvious Portrait is not attributable to Obvious or to the AI.

Mario Klingemann

The Christie’s Auction is no longer a frenzied event. The AI clearly did not create the artwork on its own and has no creative ability. This is not artificial General Intelligence that we see in sci-fi films, which is intelligent and goal-driven. It is a tool that can do some unexpected and surprising things. Many artists use the same technique as Obvious, but with more creativity.

The Art of AI

Artists who use AI need not worry about being replaced. They know what these machines are capable of because they build and use them daily. They are interested in AI’s ability to co-create, and go beyond what they themselves can do. Mario Klingemann was one of the first artists to use AI in creating art. He views AI technology as a tool to push the limits human cognition.

Klingemann said: “At the end, you are limited to what you have seen, heard or read.” It’s very hard to break through that.” “Some people use drug to achieve this. They want to create more absurd connections. A machine can help you do this. It’s much easier to glitch than it is to lose track. Sometimes unexpected things happen during the process.

 

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