Can AI Create Anything?
Artificial intelligence is as confusing as it is exciting. However, as AI technology advances, it is becoming more user-friendly for the average internet user. It's also being integrated into a wide range of fields, from creative arts and health, to the automotive industry.
But can it create anything? While that might be impossible to answer, one thing is clear — AI can create a lot of things. And in this article, we'll take a look at some areas where AI is already making an impact. Let's begin!
One area where AI is making waves is in the world of art. Traditional artists are using AI to create new pieces or enhance existing ones. For example, painter Robbie Barrat is famous for using AI to generate new ideas for his paintings.
Barrat isn't the only one using AI for art. The team behind the well-known art app Prisma uses AI to apply filters and effects to photos and videos, turning them into works of art. And there are many other examples of AI art out there.
AI is also being used to create entirely new pieces of art. For instance, Rutgers University’s AI and Art Lab has developed an AI system that can generate 3D animations of human faces. The system is called AICAN, and it can create animations that are realistic enough to fool humans.
AICAN isn't just for fun, though. It has potential applications in movies and video games, where it could be used to create realistic characters.
You also have a wide range of online AI art creators that can create anything from a portrait to a landscape.
In fact, many NFT enthusiasts are using these creators for generating and selling AI art, which is a great way to make a side income. You can check out our posts on What It Means To Be An AI Artist and Is Art Created By AI Really Art? for more information.
Another area where AI is making its mark is in the world of music. AI is being used to create new songs, remix existing ones, and even generate entire albums.
There are a few different ways that AI is being used to create music. One popular method is called neural style transfer, which involves using an AI algorithm to merge two pieces of music together. For example, you could take a classical song and merge it with a modern pop song to create something new.
AI is also being used to generate entire albums on its own. For instance, OpenAI Jukebox has created an album in the style of The Beatles.
And it's not just for music — AI is also being used to generate entire symphonies. The team behind Google's Magenta project has developed an AI system called Bach Doodle that can generate original Bach-style compositions.
If you thought AI was only being used for art and music, think again. AI is also being used to write entire novels. In 2017, an AI system called Shelley was launched by scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Shelley is designed to generate horror stories, and it has been quite successful at it. It posts these stories on its Twitter account, where human writers can collaborate with it to generate even more horror content.
Now, you might think novels written by AI would be weird. While that might be true for the majority of AI-generated literature, we do have some examples where AI matched human writing talent. For example, a Japanese AI-generated novel called The Day A Computer Writes A Novel almost won a national literary prize in 2016.
AI Internet Content
Last but not the least, AI is also being used to generate internet content. There are a few different ways this is being done. For instance, OpenAI's GPT-3 algorithm can be used to generate fake news articles. This has led to concerns about AI being used for malicious purposes, such as spreading false information or creating propaganda.
However, GPT-3 can also be used for good. For example, it can be used to generate realistic dialogue for video games or to create new product descriptions for e-commerce websites. The choice is yours!