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Is AI generated art really art?

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After ‘Théâtre D’opéra Spatial’ (2022) won a prize in the Colorado State Fair’s annual art competition there was a very strong outcry in the media that this signified the ‘end of art’. Allen himself was quoted in the New York Times saying ‘Art is dead, dude. It’s over. AI won. Humans lost.’ I start my analysis with the status question and the existential threat question, turning then to the value question and creativity question surrounding generated art. I will argue that far from posing a threat to artists or not qualifying as deserving art status, we should be focusing on what value generated images can have, and how they are transforming the creative process.

This talk is part of the CamPoS (Cambridge Philosophy of Science) seminar series.

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