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21 thoughts on “How Does Midjourney Work? Exploring Ai Generated Art

  1. glenwaverley23 says:

    That's a really beautiful drawing that you've done that accompanies your audio (and we can see it was human-done). And the face is outstanding – not like midjourney ones you showed us.

  2. Sandra Macdougall says:

    AI GENERATED ART The advent of AI-generated art introduces new challenges to artists' income and financial stability. By advocating for human-created art, we protect the economic value of an artist's labor, uphold the integrity of the art market, and safeguard their rights to fair compensation. AI literally steals images from art created by human artist to create these images.

  3. Laila Knight says:

    This is an example of how someone uses technology in the service of humanity. But oftentimes, technological progress is used by people who are disconnected from their hearts and soul. I believe it's going to be like with cakes, people will buy cakes made by machines, but a homemade cake will always be more tasty and expensive. It will be like we watch now the objects manually created in the middle ages, materials were of better quality, design, etc. So, traditional art will be rare but indeed appreciated. I am sure concept artists will lose their jobs because this will allow employers to think in terms of timing and profit, thus AI will replace humans. Indeed, it's a powerful tool, but I believe artists already are struggling to maintain professional stability, and this won't work in their service. I think it would be ideal if we would approach AI art like this, but unfortunately, I think it's going to fall in the wrong hands and be used not in the favor of artists. And Indeed it helps you visualize, but that means that we will have less imagination….

  4. David Bachy says:

    AI music is still music. People consider their photography to be art. Therefore, if people think it's art then it passes for art. In the case of AI, the talent is in the ability to generate prompts that elicit pleasing results, so that the skillset is an entirely different ballgame.

  5. Gray Day says:

    11:50 I feel sad about it. I think this is a technology that’s probably going to be utilized in the future and, as mentioned in the video, it will cause job loss for artists. When I ponder that possibility I am reminded of ghibli and old Disney hand drawn animation. Art is art ….but art with heart hits different.

  6. JetSetPizza says:

    what makes a good burger? the recipe? what it looks like? the taste? the process? the chef that puts their heart and soul into something on a plate, becoming an extension of themselves?

    Everyone's opinion on art is different, much like food / fine dining. Some people will consume mass produced, low quality food, others will preach that only expensive burgers are good.

    A.I wont make lazy artists/people less lazy, or automatically more dedicated than before. Prompting a robot wont be harder for an artist who has extensive knowledge already and can articulate what they want.

    I'm sure among you, there are many talented and unique people who draw inspiration from things you and only you like. Tastes blend together to create style- get out there and start cooking.
    Understand that the PROCESS by which something is made sometimes is more important than the final product to a 'consumer'. Find your niche, you got this whoever is reading <3) and don't give up!!!

  7. Guild Of The Black Crow says:

    AI Generated art does NOT pull from millions of images, that would be too costly for it to do. It transforms images into mathematical formulas and binary code. It then assembles pictues based on those formulas, thereby creating a wholly original piece of art. Also, deciding not to use AI Generated art is hypocritical when you have enjoyed the benefits of the printing press by buying books that are not handwritten.

  8. DisQord Doge says:

    Well if artist didn’t charge a fortune for so little. Yeah it was work for you and took hours maybe even days to create. But in the end it’s still just a picture. You know? Like I could probably go right click save something on Google for free that will serve my “needs” well enough that I’ll typically choose that over some artists $300 commissions. And don’t even get started on the “modern art” “abstract art” genre in current year. Like it’s seriously hard for the us non artist people to just see that as crafty money laundering.

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