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AI-Generated Soup Can Art

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Campbell’s, the iconic soup brand behind Andy Warhol’s iconic 60s pop art, is fueling nostalgia with new AI-generated paintings of its iconic soup cans. The ‘pAIntings’ initiative in Canada showcases how AI can infuse fresh life into classic brands, marrying tradition with innovation.

Embracing a variety of artistic styles — from surrealism to abstract — these AI-rendered artworks transport viewers through time, reimagining Campbell’s cans as if painted by history’s most celebrated artists. The pAInting’s digital exhibition brings to life engaging visualizations of how the iconic Campbell’s cans could have been painted in the popular styles of artistic masters of the past. Campbell’s Canada will share the virtual gallery creations on its Instagram feed, offering art enthusiasts a chance to win limited-edition prints.

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Study Explores AI’s Impact on Art Classification and Creation

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A new survey investigates AI technologies used in the classification and creation of art.

In a survey published in the International Journal of Student Project Reporting a research team looked into the rapidly evolving intersection of art and AI.

The survey highlights two primary applications of AI in the art world: the automated analysis of existing artworks and the generation of new ones. The researchers analysed a number of studies to uncover the methodologies, techniques, and outcomes prevalent in this cutting-edge field.

Read more: https://www.digit.fyi/study-explores-ais-impact-on-art-classification-and-creation/

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French Collective Obvious Has Created an A.I. Art Generator That Can Read Your Mind

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A.I.-generated art today is as accessible as typing a simple prompt into a text-to-image generator. But maybe that’s too many steps. Instead, what if there was no need for a text prompt for an A.I. to generate art? What if the algorithm could simply read our minds and produce images based on whatever we can imagine? 

Such are the questions that fuel Obvious’s latest mind-to-image project, for which the French art trio established its own research laboratory, created in collaboration with Sorbonne University and financed by the French National Research Agency. The initiative set out to explore how A.I., coupled with functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) scans, can visually construct or reconstruct what’s in the mind’s eye—and has hit a breakthrough. Its results were published in a scientific paper in April.

Read more: https://news.artnet.com/art-world/obvious-mind-to-image-ai-2486868

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Artists Sue Google Over Its AI Image Generator

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Google has become the latest target in the fight to protect copyright from AI data scraping, and this time, the group of artists suing the search behemoth has receipts.

Filed in the Northern District of California, the suit brought by photographer Jingna Zhang and illustrators Sarah Andersen, Hope Larson, and Jessica Fink takes Google to task for alleged copyright infringement after using datasets that include their works and those of “billions” of other people.

Read more: https://futurism.com/the-byte/artists-sue-google-image-generator

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