Artificial Intelligence capabilities are evolving every day,
and thanks to the power of Artificial Intelligence, images can be transformed into cartoon style in just minutes.
If we let an artist turn our photos into cartoons, artists could spend many days creating.
But extreme speed is not the only thing that worries artists.
Because the great power of AI is actually created by taking millions of photos and artworks for the AI to analyze and train.
The problem is that often these works are taken without asking the artist for permission.
Artists do not receive compensation for data mining.
Artists have often asked whether the use of artificial intelligence in creative work is appropriate or not. Is artificial intelligence exploiting artists?
And when their abilities are so advanced that artists can’t keep up with them.
How will we live with it in the future?
Artificial intelligence opens new artistic options
The treachery of artificial intelligence may cause many artists to lose their jobs, but the arrival of technology has advantages that consider disadvantages to be normal.
We can look at artificial intelligence as opening up new ways of creating art.
Technology is a tool, and whatever tools they are they give us good and bad results.
In the past, artists viewed portraiture as the essence of art. Later, with the advent of surrealism,
we no longer needed to paint portraits.
Causing art to advance, at the same time, some artists who don’t want to work with surrealism but like to paint portraits may feel left behind.
Then there was the advent of the camera, and the value of the portrait artist began to diminish.
So everything is a double-edged sword.
Change is something we cannot prevent because our world is entering a new era every day, every second.
At the same time, people often feel that going back to the past is more interesting, like the trend of the year 2000 or even if we had cameras.
This doesn’t mean that people won’t draw pictures anymore.
Therefore, we believe that AI will increase aesthetic choice, giving people more choices in how they make art.
Right now, there might be a group of artists who feel like their images have been stolen by AI, and they think that’s a bad thing, that it’s not true.
But there is another group of artists who do conceptual work, who ask questions.
He will find this phenomenon interesting, and may use AI to make art that questions the process by which AI takes art away from people.
Creativity is about getting out of the box, and AI is able to get humans out of the box faster.
Artificial Intelligence may expand the horizons of creative work. It is a new kind of brush that creates artistic images with unparalleled style.
But one issue that those working in the arts are still concerned about is Does the use of AI tools constitute copyright infringement? Is it exploitation of professional colleagues?
“We are now in a transitional era,” as the concept of copyright as we know it has only recently emerged.
And before we had the Internet the concept of copyright was something else.
When the Internet appeared, the issue of Creative Commons arose.
We have been able to use and remix certain images without having to ask for permission, or new forms of licensing have emerged.
The concept of copyright law has also evolved, which is why, when artificial intelligence emerges, a new concept and framework for copyright must be created.
Currently, if your data is used to train AI, whether it is a photograph.
Or whatever the data is, and making the AI smarter and better, you’ll get compensation from that AI.
This may seem ideal, but there is debate about what new business model or legal model will allow all parties involved in developing AI to benefit from it.
The use of artificial intelligence under the concept of copyright
While the concept of copyright is evolving alongside AI, artists instead worry about whether they can use this tool or not.
The concern should be the responsibility of AI developers to figure out how to legitimize their own tools.
The concern should be on the developer’s side rather than where the data comes from and how to correct it in the future.
Currently, AI companies are starting to use databases that have previously requested permission from the copyright holder.
And now in Europe, there is a draft law called the European Union Artificial Intelligence Law,
This law states that in the future, if AI developers want to train copyrighted data,
They must go out and provide sufficient information about the copyright data they took for training, which increases transparency and accountability on the developer’s part.
The direction of future laws will be as follows:
People who develop artificial intelligence must be more transparent and responsible.
How to coexist with artificial intelligence
The arrival of artificial intelligence will make the problem of creating art more difficult and more challenging therefore,
If an artist wants to adapt and learn to live with AI, understanding it on a deeper level is one way to engage with this powerful tool.
If we not only use artificial intelligence, but also understand it deeply: how it works,
Where does the data come from, or we can try writing code.
And also make art more diverse in the future, as everyone will have their own AI, and each AI is different from the other.
Because people have different lives and there are different points of view.
If we use artificial intelligence correctly and creatively, our ideas will expand.
It is inevitable that artificial intelligence will play a larger role in creative work.
But instead of seeing it as a serious enemy that must be blocked, the day will never come when we come close.
Wouldn’t it be better to understand?
Asking him to think of a way to live together and pave new creative paths that we might not have imagined.
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