Art VS AI: Artists, Defend and Protect Your Artwork
It used to be that artists had all the fun! They’re always toying with new mediums and styles, seeing what works and tossing out what doesn’t. Throughout history, creative people have been great risk-takers. Now, artificial intelligence is starting to take over this creative role and, with the help of algorithmic innovation, threatens the artist’s very existence. How is AI doing it exactly? The first step in AI art generation is to scrape the internet for images and artists’ names. The developers use web crawlers to crawl millions of websites, scraping digital art and photos alongside their descriptions, tags, and artists’ names. This data is fed into a huge dataset, which the AI tool employs to learn artistic styles associated with particular descriptions and artists. Then, when a user wants an image similar to that of an artist whose art was included in the dataset, the user instructs AI to generate images in (Artist’s Name) style. For the average non-artist who seeks breathtaking images at a fraction of the cost, AI-generated art is a lifesaver. On the other end of the spectrum, however, lies an artist whose work was used to train an AI tool but received no compensation. So, while sponsors, investors and developers earn millions of dollars from user subscriptions, the artist loses clients and their source of income. Artists have always struggled to protect their creative works from being copied by other artists or technology. But now that AI has begun infiltrating the art world, artists struggle even more. The question of whether or not AI can create art is still up for debate, but we do know that it can copy art pretty well. How can you protect your artwork from being replicated by AI? We’ll show you how in this article.
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