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    23 DECEMBER 2022
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    Three reasons why AI art is so popular


    It seems like every day there’s a new advance in artificial intelligence (AI). And one of the most recent advancements is text-to-image art. So, what is it, and why is everyone talking about it?

    Text-to-image art refers to artwork that is generated by a computer using AI. The computer takes input from a text file and creates an image based on the words within that file. This can be anything from a simple illustration to a complex painting.

    What makes this form of art so exciting is its potential for creativity and limitless possibilities. Because the computer is simply following instructions provided by a human, no two pieces of text-based art are ever alike. In fact, some artists are even using AI to create completely new styles of artwork that have never been seen before.

    So far, text-to time art has been met with mixed reactions from critics and the general public. Some people find the images beautiful and intriguing, while others find them disturbing or unsettling. However, it’s hard to deny that this form of art is definitely something new and different — and that’s what makes it so interesting.

    The potential for this technology is huge, and it has already started to revolutionize the way we create artwork. There are even competitions being held now where artists compete to see who can create the best image using only text.


    Why is AI Art so popular?

    AI Art is becoming more and more popular as people are starting to see the potential it has. Here are three reasons why AI art is so popular:

    1. It’s Versatile: One of the best things about AI art is that it’s incredibly versatile. You can create all sorts of different pieces using AI, from abstract paintings to portraits. This gives you a lot of flexibility when creating your artworks.

    2. It’s Exciting: AI art is exciting because it’s constantly evolving. The technology is always changing, which means you can try new things and experiment with your artwork. This keeps things fresh and interesting for both artists and viewers alike.

    3. It’s Challenging: Creating AI art is a challenging but rewarding experience. It takes a lot of time and effort to get good at using AI tools, but the results can be stunningly beautiful.

    Enjoy this week’s selection of AI artists.


    Marika, illusorybeauty, Blast in the future past 🛸, 2022


    Mathieu Stern, These women do not exist ! They are A.I. generated. I am SO HAPPY to finally have the right to share with you realistic human faces, this is for me the real moment the fun begins, All these images were created using Dalle.2 by @openaidalle , until now we (the Dalle Users) had a written contract that stoped us to share realistic human faces generated by our text descriptions. But now, We can! SO Here is the first series of weird cameras in Universe, can you spot the influence? I asked Dalle to create “ A young woman holding a medium format camera in the universe of Total Recall” and after some slight modification using photoshop to fix some glitches with skin and eyes, we end up with this series of in-universe characters. Once again, these humans are not real, they are not stolen from internet photos, they are generative art pieces, and this is the future of photography or its death … we will see. I will post more in-universe cameras so if you have some ideas, post them in the comments. 2022


    fabiolalariosm, “Biblically accurate angel with surveillance cameras floating”, #dalle2, 2022


    700x100, Friedrich #Nietzsche connecting to the same sources 🙏 The truth is only ONE ☝️ 2+2 equals 4 no matter where you come from 🍀🍀🍀🪺 good luck to all my sisters and brothers #godis1, 2022


    moisesdsanabria, VR Birth, “A cybernetic mother holding a new born baby wearing a VR headset”, #dalle #dalle2 #openai, 2022


    l’île aux amphets, In the 60’s, scientists created genetically engineered puppets that entertained audiences with their incredible abilities and were a true wonderland. #aigenerated #aigeneratedart #aigeneratedimages #aigeneratedimagesfromtext #stablediffusion #stablediffusionart #stablediffusionai #thispersondoesnotexist #thisphotowasnevertaken #thispuppetdoesntexist #thispersondoesnotexist, 2022


    Donald Gjoka, inspired by Margiela FW12, 2022


    sulvanai, A reporter came down to N0MAD1C BUILD3R’S COMMUNE, trying to take photos and stuff… #aiart #ufo #ai #cosmos #alien #jordanpeele #photographer, 2022


    Marika, illusorybeauty, Blast in the future past 🛸, 2022


    AI-Generated text edited by Gloria Maria Cappelletti, editor in chief, RED-EYE