Love it or hate it, AI art is now a thing, and it's not going away.
There is some pretty great AI art out there. Does it actually matter that it is machine-generated? After all, the original idea did come from a human.
Yet, where's the skill? No paintbrush touched a canvas and no pencil sketched a draft.
In this article by Daniel Miessler the question is pretty straight forward. What would you do?
I’ve been thinking for a couple of weeks about making and hanging some AI art in my house.
But I immediately faced some internal resistance. Like, I wasn’t (and still am not) sure whether this is the right way to “do” art.
And that got me thinking what that really means. What does it mean to do art properly—in terms of art to hang on your wall? I was talking to my friend Joseph Thacker about this (who has a solid AI art game himself by the way), and he seems to agree with my intuitions that this is absolutely ok to do.