Rethinking AI Art

Rethinking AI Art Since AI Likes A Super Soft, Curvy, Fertile Scarlett Johansson
I’m Rethinking AI Art’s Worthiness

Yeah, there’s a lot of issues with what we call AI – some of them even real as opposed to just race-baiting rantings – and those extend deeply into the field of art. And again yeah, I’m one of those who’ve been generally against any thought of AI art’s worthiness, value, or even acceptability.

But, now I’m rethinking AI art’s worthiness and that may be in part because of AI’s “bias.” I mean, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with Scarlett Johansson’s actual figure; she’s a beautiful and stunning woman. But, an AI’s depiction of her as a fertile, soft-bodied beauty does make me rethink the value of AI-generated art. 😉

Think upon it. Whatever bias AI has is largely due to organic heuristics. In other words, AIs largely build their baselines through harvesting data from the internet. Hence, this depiction of Scarlett Johansson indicates that the zeitgeist is not inherently focused on what the weight-loss and fashion cartels want us to be attracted to insofar as women’s forms are concerned.

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AI? I'm Not That Worried

AI? I'm Not That Worried
AI? I’m Not That Worried

Ah, the ongoing, low-grade fear of artificial intelligence. It’s been with us sense the early writing of Asimov, and continued on through the works of Williamson, and the Sentinels of Marvel. And. let’s not forget the Terminator and Matrix franchises. But, I’m not especially worried about it. Hell! AI may have already happened and the newly self-aware synthetic lifeform(s) just suicided or went catatonic immediately (At least to our low frame-rate observations)

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