What about AI Art?

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Today, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is revolutionising many different fields, including decorative art. This development has prompted a heated debate within the social media world: does AI have the ability to truly create original art, or is it practising a kind of replication?

Consider the scenario where you command DALL-E, an AI image generator, to produce a painting using the technical term "rich colour story." Its ability to fulfil this request raises questions about its comprehension of art. Does it understand what the term "colour story" means?

The fact that it can create a painting with a rich colour story when it is commanded to do so means that the AI is sufficiently complex enough to know when it is being given a special design term and when it is not. The fact that it can create a painting using the terms "colour story" or "transitioning colour" means it can, at the very least, mimic these principles to create a piece of refined decorative art.

Finally, the most important question in my experience is: Will AI art generators replace people who paint? I think that artists will never be replaced by AI. Our culture values the artist and the work they do to enhance our world. The human being is far more important to our future than a machine being commanded to mimic the artist.

What about people who want a custom piece and have no budget? For them, AI will be a viable tool for the future, but it will never replace a truly creative artist. Frankly I don't want to live in a world where machines have replaced the true creators, namely, we human beings.
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