MIT and Max Planck Institute researchers have investigated how AI-generated art is perceived, finding that people who humanise AI more are likely to overlook the involvement of human artists.
Machine-learning algorithms have been used to create digital art, compose music and write poetry and prose. In October 2018, a portrait created by a French art collective using a generative adversarial network (which had been trained using paintings from human painters) was auctioned for $432,500 at Christie’s, raising the question of whether the art was created by AI or by humans using AI as a tool.
Source: Anthropomorphising AI could allow the human to be overlooked | E&T Magazine
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