I love playing with AI-generated art As someone who knows many artist, I am concerned that their existing art will be used to “train AI” in a way that is qualitatively, and quantitatively, different from how humans are taught, and the impact this may have on the livelihood of artists. In particular, I am interested in how You can also find out more about the following:
AI art has a positive impact on real artists.
There are some easy answers for me. I can use AI generated artwork in my professional and private life. These are:
It’s fine to use AI-generated images for inspiration or personal enjoyment as long as they are not intended to generate revenue. This includes social media posts and blog entries.
2. Under all other circumstances and Particularly, when there is a commercial intention or application or I would hire an artist otherwise, I will commission art from artists. Tell art directors that I must use art created by artists in my work. AI generated art is unacceptable.
As an example, I may have fun creating holiday pictures using AI, but for holiday cards, I will commission art or use my own photos, because this is the time when I would hire an artist or use my own photos. In the future, I might need to work with other artists on a larger scale for projects. AI-generated artworks are not the best choice for this project, due to practical, ethical, and legal reasons.
It’s important to hire and pay artists fairly, not just because I have the money to do so, but also because it should be assumed.
AI art creation is a lot of fun for me. It is important to me that I acknowledge the fact that these images did not appear by chance. Artists will eventually be the ones to do it. I don’t intend to harm artists I know, or those I don’t.