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it wont lmao. The thing with Ai is that although you can stuff it with information, the nuances and meanings behind certain things are lost on machines, they arent smarter than us they are just faster at doing things due to the storage of information, but it wont replace humans, because emotions and personality come from God and well humans arent God
How did you upload pictures of sam into it for dream to learn?
Here comes the porn
As an artist I think this is an incredible tool to use when exploring with ideas. I could use train in with my own art and boom watch an AI do my own style better than me lol
Did Greg Rutkowski agree on having his style copied, or on giving his artworks to the AI to work with?
Laser tattoos, A.I. Design and A.I. Art will replace a lot of us 😮💨
Sorry, newb here. So is he using strictly Dreambooth for this process? Or is this Dreambooth in conjunction with something like Dall-E?
When I use the same search query in Dall-E (minus Sam)...the images looking nothing like this lol
Next step- Animated AI generated content. Taking a system like this but enabling to ingest video as reference. I suppose the early versions of that would be akin to stop motion?
how would i look with this AI in some random franchises
im sure AI could learn Madlibs and just insert random places, names and etc into stories and combining these two things....it would be a movie machine!
What option you choose to get that solid drawings?
Thank you for making this video!!! Love this discussion about AI art versus the original artist and what that means. Also really love the exploration and images you created to tell your story. I feel the AI tool is INCREDIBLY valuable and I'm excited for it. But I see it as just that - a tool. Just like a photographer can take a photo with a camera and call it "done", an experienced photographer may stage the composition and lighting, edit any imperfections or add details to direct the audience, etc. Just like how mo-cap was a huge discussion b/c it would "steal animator's jobs" - it didn't do that. If anything, there are far more animators now than ever before and (in some cases) the quality of animation is increasing. I think that's the case here with AI art.
On top of that, generating AI art requires clear communication. Pro artists have their fare share of communication complications with a client. So this could be a blessing where difficult clients can learn how to better communicate their concepts to artists, or even vise-versa where clients may try communicating their ideas through an AI art generator, and if the generator's having trouble understanding, they'll push for a pro artist to help (and provide reference of what they've already tried via AI art). Honestly speaking, I hope AI art pushes people's communication skills as well as pushes other artists' technical skills and storytelling skills. I see this tool as a great way of speeding up the creative process.
Like with animation where you list "layered, stepped, mo-cap cleanup, etc" in your animation reel - we may need to be more diligent with listing how we created the art when asked. I say "when asked" solely b/c the process is primarily going to be important for people who are hiring you to create the work. If you can't create new concepts outside of using AI, you may not be suited for whatever that client needs. If you have this video game or children's book idea you want to make but you can't draw a stick figure for your life, then AI art may be a good way to mock up what art you want, what style you want, whether you want to make the main character x or y, etc. If you're selling a painting to consumers, they're generally going to be concerned about the final painting, not the process in which it was made.
If you made it this far in my comment, thank you. Hope to see more AI art videos from you.
This is scary. I remember the process of just cropping and removing things in the background. Now it's the swipe of a finger on a phone app. I'm impressed but also concerned for the future of art if this AI just takes over.
My honest opinion is this video makes me uncomfortable, especially when you’re explicitly trying to get images modeled after specific artists. I honestly don’t think “do something to make it your own” goes far enough to combat the intrinsic issues with AI art. Part of it is lack of consent, lack of credit, and the monetization of essentially other peoples work. This video skirts the line but still makes me very uncomfortable. Morally and legally it’s a complex subject but so my 2¢ is I really dislike the current trajectory of AI art, I think it can be a super powerful tool if done right, but the lack of regulation, the way these libraries are built, and the way it’s being monetized all feel unethical.
1 common way people refute criticism of AI art is they say “well artists use reference so the AI is doing the same thing” but 1 the volume is drastically different, if an artist wants to draw let’s say a pair of jeans, the amount of reference they can look at is like 5-10 pieces of reference, but an AI is looking at 1000s of references. 2 accuracy, even the best art forgers cannot perfectly redraw and paint an image with 100% accuracy, AI can. Point 3 using reference or likenesses for commercial use requires permission, licensing, model releases, derivative works, etc. so there’s an argument to be made against the legality of AI art. Personally I’ve seen people using an “X artist” AI art generator and claiming it as their own work, people shouting down any suggestion of regulation and artist consent, companies destroying their communities to cash in on AI art. Idk you said you wanted to hear our thoughts so those are mine.
Jakes call is so iconic
I foresee the end to the modelling industry. All stock photos can be auto generated :)