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>mfw artists are afraid of DALEE
you know what fucking sci fi technology made painting irrelevant?

Is called photography.
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who cares nerd, get some bitches
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>>87466473
Who cares dork, get some bitches
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>>87466460
yeah dude, Toy Story was all Photography.
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>>87466522
it was stop motion.
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>>87466460
Well, it made portraits basically irrelevant.
Next thing you're going to tell me is that horses are still relevant even after the invention of the car.
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>>87466673
the point is saying AI makes artists irrelevant is like saying commercial airliners made horses irrelevant
the only "artists" who are afraid are those whose work is replaceable and no one cares about those
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>>87466802
this
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>>87466802
this, a computer used to be a profession that people would do, as in a literal room of people were used to mass calculations
automatic electric computers replaced them, but it was only the menial work (it's also the point where women were pushed out of the industry, complete coincidence i'm sure)
it's not like the existence of modern computers have erased things like mathematicians
if you can't out-perform a computer at creativity then perhaps you just suck at your job
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>>87468022
basically what i'm saying is that this kind of thing will probably only replace the menial parts of design, like it could make a draft for a video game character, but i doubt it's going to generate an entire video game any time soon
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>>87468022
>>87467943
It's not a question of quality, it's a question of price.
Businesses would happily exchange illustrator for cheap and lighting fast AI who draws shitty corporate art, but can do thousands of it daily for one time payment.
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>>87468045
sure, i can totally imagine things like "website builder" assets and clipart and the like having options pretty soon where you just describe what you want and it's AI-generated
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if your job can be replaced by AI, it should be.
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>>87468045
Corporate art is so shit, it's not worth paying a human to create it. If that's what you are selling, you are not worth the money. Only the best of the best artists would remain, and they could sell their stuff at a much higher rate, due to human skill becoming a "dying art", lmao.
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>>87466673
it made everything irrelevant, since art tried to become photorealistic, and then got cucked by photography. thats also why we made the switch to abstract art, since there was no point in trying to recreate reality on canvas, when a photograph can do it.
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>>87466460
if anything the first ones to die are
>gaming
>non-authenticated user websites (such as 4chan infested by yours truly "GPT and alike" bots since 2018, also the culprit of many dead archives due to excessive scraping their emplyees do)

some games are already dead like chess but still sees play in live blitz games.
once computing becomes cheaper, there will be more "solved" games out there.
open ai already made unbeatable match ups on a known ""e-sport"" but that's not just the limits, 1/10th of the computing power can literally be already used to destroy smaller games and have like 1000 actions per minute exceeding human limits.
the only "game" in future will be either AI PVP or physical sports or both.

although electronics won't get cheaper since there was some AI that told a their big tech to fake raw material scarcity to halt computing progress and also impede the growth of homelab-grown AIs, it's still an impending doom for gaming and online communities without user ID authentication.
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>>87466460
Good, now when are we getting an AI that replaces inbetweeners?
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>>87466460
Modern artistic painting is just stroking a brush on the canvas in random patterns hoping to be chosen by some millionaire wishing to launder money. They are safe.
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>>87468789
that's utter bullshit
photography can only image what's there, painting or other art can render anything imaginable
also everyone knows modern art was a CIA psyop



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