All creative jobs will be gone soon. Aren't you excited? Finally now we can all either toil physically for the rest of our lives or learn coding. No room for creativity in this new no nonsense world no sir. The world is not your canvas. It is a room painted a very specific shade of grey that some buzz feed baseddrone said increases productivity and you shall not vandalize it.
they said the same thing in 1800s about photography
>>442383do you think they did say that? people didnt consider photography a creative art until what 1970? everyone who thought different about photography, well most i think, were creatives who used photography creatively, so...
>>442384Plenty of people whined about it - mostly portrait artists who ended up either becoming photographers or switching to more abstract, fantastical art.The point is, now you have infinitely better camera than what people had just a few years ago in your pocket and all the settings like focus and aperture time are done automatically for you - yet people still hire professional photographers.AI image generation is a tool. You can make shitty smeared holiday photos or professional award winning photos using the same camera.
>>442385early photographers had more a task of proving themselves and proving photography - not the otherway
>>442386Not really, most people were amazed by and had no issue with photography outside of self important fart sniffing gatekeeper types who like to claim authority over what is good/bad for art and artists. That includes the subset of that group who as artists suck up to those gatekeepers and desperately want to become gatekeepers themselves.IOW, the same kinds of people freaking out over AI and the fact that people being OK with it undermines their authoritay.The biggest issue with photography being able to displace manual illustration in the early days had to do with the cost and complexity of printing/reproducing and distributing photographic images, and the fact that it was limited to black and white.Even then, there was enough time in between that when color photography became readily accessible to the public in the 20th century there were fart sniffers who argued that it cheapened the art and "soul" of photography.
Goodbye (((Product Designers))).
Buh-bye design monkeys.
It's back to cleaning toilets at McDonald’s with you, drawslaves.
Hell, even Canva, the lowest of the low, implemented it already.
https://youtu.be/tTagNMmzgQo?t=87LOL! It's already better than the entire UpWork workforce and this is only the alpha phase, not even in beta. Get rekt, paint pigs.
>>442397>>442400Canva has replaced the kind of jobs that were never going to pay you much anyway. Most businesses won't even pay for a premium subscription.
Creativity has never been monetized, least of all in graphic design. You will get paid according to your ability to work with people and present your work in convincing ways. Always has been always wll be, creativity has nothing to do with it
>>442392>not really?no. Exactly.photography was considered brute reproduction and aped painting and had a long fight to be considered an art in its own right. a little history wouldnt hurt, friend!
>>442381>>442396>>442397>>442399Code monkeys can be as smug as they want. They won't be laughing when AI's advance to the stage of taking their jobs too. If it isn't destroyed soon then no-one will have a job.
>>442381>AAAAA I CAN'T BEAR A WORLD WHERE WORK ISN'T PLAY!!!then die, faggot
>>442381If you believe that graphic designers will be replaced by AI you're retarded.AI will replace programmers if anything.
>>442397>>442399>>442401>petty /v/-tier insultsGo back to your >>>/g/ AI thread, subhuman
NOOOArt is not about expressing myself or having fun!!it is about money,sucess, prizes and accolades!!AAAYYYYEEEE!!!If I ever find a unique way to express myself, I won't do it because it doesn't pay!!YAMEROOOOOO
>>443255But how am I suppossed to pay off Mr. Shekelsteins Mortgage if I dont want to life in an anthill.
>>442381>or learn coding.don't you know coding is being replaced as well? The AI can code better than it can do art.
>>442381no they won't, doomer fucking loser
>>442402cope. for most companies Canva is good enough, that means graphic designer not needed.
>>442862AI will replace graphic designers and if you think otherwise then you're in for a big surprise.
>>443518Isn't that what I said. Canva can't do detail work like maps, plans, detailed graphs or original icons though. It's fine for a social media post or presentation if you want to look like everyone else.
>>442381>All creative jobs will be gone soon.If AI 'art' is any precedent creative people have nothing to worry about. Social media has made people socially retarded, and AI 'art' has revealed that most people are creatively retarded.
>>443631lol look at that guy
>>443527If you're a designer, lower your voice.https://youtu.be/RCt8C3wgOOg
>>442381ideas will become currency, niggerfaggot
>>443655You do know pagebuilders come with 100s of these premade blocks and templates already
>>442381>All creative jobs will be gone soonYeah, yeah. And oil is gone in 30/50y, lab eat is coming, insects are yummy, paperless office is here, oh, and ofc minority report ai and als not to forget: flying cars are a thing now. Earth will boil in exactly 5.00/10.00/25.00 years from thus exact moment counted.Low life attempt, 0/10.
>>443660Clever. Ideas and data management is key in the future that is to come.
2 more weeks I guess. I can't even incorporate this piece of shit into my existing workflow.
>>442381Coding was the first to go.
>>442862I want to see what AI does when the client says "I don't know, just add more design and oomph!" to it's proposals.
>>443724I clicked on this thread looking for a tool to just spit out a bunch of text styles for a $10 "logo" cause I don't want to waste my energy on that shit.All I got was roided women and template auto-actions but with text instead of tabs. Wow, technology is amazing!
>>442396>>442399what ai is this?
>>442421>photography was considered brute reproduction and aped painting and had a long fight to be considered an art in its own right. a little history wouldnt hurt, friend!Only among gatekeeping "art authorities" who had a vested interest in creating that perception; average people had no problem with it and were fascinated by the technology and what it could do.Those people didn't give a fuck about "but is it art???" navel gazing and didn't look to experts to tell them what was OK to like or support, and all that poo-pooing did nothing to stop photography except keep it out of art galleries and museums until curators and other "experts" had to give up or become completely irrelevant.Read some history yourself, moron-The carte de visite (visiting card), abbreviated CdV, was a type of small photograph which was patented in Paris by photographer André Adolphe Eugène Disdéri in 1854...Each photograph was the size of a visiting card, and such photograph cards were commonly traded among friends and visitors in the 1860s. Albums for the collection and display of cards became a common fixture in Victorian parlors. The immense popularity of these card photographs led to the publication and collection of photographs of prominent persons. ...The new invention was so popular that its usage became known as "cardomania" and spread quickly throughout Europe and then to America and the rest of the world.By the early 1870s, cartes de visite were supplanted by "cabinet cards", which were also usually albumen prints, but larger, mounted on cardboard backs...Cabinet cards remained popular into the early 20th century, when Kodak introduced the Brownie camera and home snapshot photography became a mass phenomenon.
>>443955More history-"Morse's account of the brand-new invention interested the American public, and through further publishings the technique of the daguerreotype was integrated into the United States. Magazines and newspapers included essays applauding the daguerreotype for advancing democratic American values because it could create an image without painting, which was less efficient and more expensive.""By 1853, an estimated three million daguerreotypes per year were being produced in the United States alone...A flourishing market in portraiture sprang up, predominantly the work of itinerant practitioners who traveled from town to town. For the first time in history, people could obtain an exact likeness of themselves or their loved ones for a modest cost, making portrait photographs extremely popular with those of modest means. Celebrities and everyday people sought portraits and workers would save an entire day's income to have a daguerreotype taken of them, including occupational portraits."Then there's the stereoscope-"Once Brewster’s design hit the market, the stereoscope exploded in popularity. The London Stereoscopic Company sold affordable devices; its photographers fanned out across Europe to snap stereoscopic images. In 1856, the firm offered 10,000 views in its catalog, and within six years they’d grown to one million....At pennies per view, stereoscopy could become a truly mass medium: People excitedly purchased shots of anything and everything....Oliver Wendell Holmes engineered a simplified stereoscope that could be made cheaply. He intentionally didn’t patent it, and this sparked an American stereography boom, as U.S. firms cranked out thousands of the gadgets.The device crossed all cultural and class boundaries: Intellectuals used it to ponder the mysteries of vision and mind, while kids merely goggled at the cool views.
>>442381>>442396Something you don't consider is that there will probably be outrage, leading to possible bills that limit AI's ability to replace jobs. At the very least, there will be more liberal companies that prohibit AI. Even if companies do use AI, it'll be used as an assistance tool. Rather than a replacement. Graphic designers still need to tweak certain things as well that AI might get wrong.
>>443973Hey Alexa, play: https://youtu.be/jKQMPTnrQ04