AI ART.

AI ART. out side of what it would do to art and how AI's get their training data, why should I give a shit about artists?

Every one else has been fricked over by automation and the average person isnt living their dream job. why the frick should I care that a artist has to do what the majority of people do, which is getting a job for the sake of a job? its kind of like rich people begging poor people for money. what you want your dream job? so did we. most people do their passion for free or as a side thing.

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    artgays are pedantic and stretch the term to mean anything these days. I still think AI is soulless though

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      If its mainstream it probably is soulless, would the next avengers movie be that much worse if it was ai made?

      should I give a shit it would be hard to make money drawing scatt furry porn

      should I give a shit people who just wanted pretty pictures can ask an ai to make it

      the only thing left are the artist that actually wanted to put meaning n their art, people that wanted that stuff would seek out real artists over ai any ways, or the artist would use ai to make what they wanted to make. it all most feels like digital vs oil painting again

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        yah but the end goal is it will eventually be more advanced or sentient level. or at least that a human will use it to make stuff, and its comparable to them using a tool or paint brush like they are now.

        1. Unlike every other job that became obsolete in history, art is actually aspirational. Nobody wants to be a farmer or factory work, they just do it to pay the bills. But people actually want to be artists.
        2. AI is not a "tool", the same way hiring someone to do something for you isn't a tool.
        3. One of the big problems with AI is that it only bases itself on what already exists. Before, human would come up with their own ideas, now, AI is coming up with ideas for them.
        4. AI is the definition of soulless

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >2. AI is not a "tool"

          It literally is a tool though

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          It does take skill to generate actually good AI stuff, the ceiling is just a lot lower than learning how to draw.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    AI art just takes existing images and mashes them together. There's probably a better word for what AI art is, like "algorithmic composite images" or something

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      yah but the end goal is it will eventually be more advanced or sentient level. or at least that a human will use it to make stuff, and its comparable to them using a tool or paint brush like they are now.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Brains actually work the same way. Ideas don't come from nowhere. Our brains just take the things its learned and remixes it.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The thing is that 'artist' was never a viable career. If you weren't a nepo baby to begin with, who'd get hired at some corporation, you most likely never would work at what you like.
    The internet changed that and, frankly, porn did the heavy lifting and it's hardly a 'dream job'. Yes, it beats wagecuckery but you still have to draw every single morcel of shit in some fat fursona's diaper to pay rent.
    Things have been relatively cushy for artists like so for about a decade before AI became a thing.
    My takeaway, though, is that the coomer is insatiable. He sees the ocean of already existing porn and chooses to pay to have custom made shit for himself. AI art doesn't hit the spot and it never will, because he can only generate so many dull pinups until he gets bored.
    Codemonkeys have a lot more to fear, because while the human touch will always be important in art, it's not necessary it computer nerd shit. You just don't hear them crying because aside from being in a super comfortable position right now, getting paid mad money to do effectively frickall, the ones who see the threat are autistic loners while artists are extroverted drama queens.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Code monkey here. Most of us aren't afraid because AI-generated code is usually garbage, and that's not going to change. AI-generated code is great for very immediate tasks but they can't even replace junior devs, not even now. It's basically a sophisticated autocomplete.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I think that it will replace code developers completely and sooner than you believe. It only took a few years for generative language models to go from garbage to the ridiculous things they are now and there is zero indication of that trend slowing down. If anything, consider the generative language model as a sub-program that will be ran in parallel with a larger software incorporating even more disparate evaluative and testing of stimuli in real time to formulate seamless emulation continuously for any circumstance.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          of for a lot less money just make a code writing AI that takes the code and tests it itself before fixing the problems and testing it again, updating the model at each iteration of each step to avoid the same until it's functionality is trained beyond the point of human ability.

          Consider the architecture of software that could be generated for optimal efficiency and complexity when not bound by the cognitive limits of the human mind which currently hamstring development at every step.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          of for a lot less money just make a code writing AI that takes the code and tests it itself before fixing the problems and testing it again, updating the model at each iteration of each step to avoid the same until it's functionality is trained beyond the point of human ability.

          Consider the architecture of software that could be generated for optimal efficiency and complexity when not bound by the cognitive limits of the human mind which currently hamstring development at every step.

          Like I said, software developers have been actively trying to automate away ourselves for decades now. And as a software developer who uses generative AI, it's nowhere near replacing me. It does automate away some drudgery, but it's just not anywhere near the level of being able to generate entire programs on its own. It needs a lot of direction and are surpassed by the capabilities of even a junior developer.

          I get that the prospect of finding the code monkeys who just a couple years ago were smugly telling you to learn2code on unemployment with their student loans default is really satisfying, thanks to schadenfreude, but automation of software engineering just ain't here yet.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    AI exists to drive down the cost of creating art by flooding the market with sloppa that morons pretend is good because people they hate say it's bad

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Have you even tried getting an AI to code? It can’t even change the color of a box without remixing the while program, even when you explicitly tell it to keep everything else the same.

    I asked it to solve a basic boolean math problem and it just made up a wrong answer and tried to gaslight me. When I pointed out it was wrong it said ”sorry” and generated another wrong answer. AI at the current level is weak as hell.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Libtards hate AI art for more reasons than just jobs. They hate it because it gives non-artists (who are less likely to be libtards) the ability to create.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >mashing existing art together so sloppily that signatures and watermarks are preserved is creating art

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        The mistake would be to believe the current capabilities of generative models represent a limit on their potential. The rate of improvement over time is blindingly fast and on an approximately exponential trajectory. I'm not saying singularity is imminent, but everyone who knows already knows it is if it didn't happen already.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Signatures and watermarks are not generated because the AI is just crudely slamming images together. AI are dumb, and it sees a lot of watermarks and signatures, so it thinks it is a part of the art and adds them.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        AI will only keep getting more advanced and libtards know this, that’s why they simultaneously mock it while shitting their pants and asking for it to be regulated harshly by the government.

        Nevertheless, you can already make some pieces of aesthetically beautiful art that leftoid postmodernism has been denying the populace for decades with their ugly disgusting shit.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    It's destroying art and culture. It's satan made as only God can create things.

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