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Study Explores AI’s Impact on Art Classification and Creation

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Source: Digit News

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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Etsy says it will allow the sale of AI-generated art but not AI prompts

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Source: Mashable

Online marketplace Etsy has shared an update on the sale of AI-generated goods and its plans to continue “supporting artists through the evolution of art.

“The platform will allow the sale of artwork derived from the seller’s own original prompts or AI tools as long as the artist discloses their use of AI in the item’s listing description.

It acknowledges the inevitable advancement and incorporation of AI tools into the creative process, including editing software. However, it notes, “When artists use these AI tools, they still make creative decisions and contributions to guide the AI and carefully curate the output to produce unique, finished works for sale.”

Read more: https://mashable.com/article/etsy-ai-art-policy

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Artist Claims First U.S. Copyright for Graphic Novel Featuring AI Art

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Source: Gizmodo

ArtStation users have been going back and forth about the benefits and negatives of AI art, but as of right now the site has made no real mention of any plans to moderate artificially generated works. Still, simply typing “AI-generated” into the search bar for artworks reveals an absolute trove. As noted by tech blogger Andy Baio, who has been covering AI art regularly over the past few months, “Trending on ArtStation” is regularly used in prompts to generate new images, which only creates more of a recursive issue when those same images get uploaded to the site.

Read more: https://gizmodo.com/ai-art-shutterstock-getty-fur-infinity-1849574917/7

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‘I feel violated’: Some Utah artists upset about Meta AI scraping their art

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Source: KSL.com

Meta is training its in-app artificial intelligence with copyrighted artwork, and some artists — many of whom post their work on Instagram to build a clientele and generate income — are upset.

Utah artist Rose Datoc Dall was “disenchanted” with Meta after her Instagram account was hacked several years ago and she said the company offered “zero support.”

Now that the platform is digitally scraping her posted artwork to train its AI, she says she feels “violated.”

“It’s pretty frightening,” she said.

A Meta executive said in May that the company views public Instagram posts as part of its training data for its in-app AI service. The company has not released any further statements in response to the outcry from artists who use the platform. KSL.com reached out to Meta for comment, but got no response.

Read more: https://www.ksl.com/article/51048275/i-feel-violated-some-utah-artists-upset-about-meta-ai-scraping-their-art

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