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What Art Is Like In The XXIst Century

Artists Using AI GPT3

By Eva RtologyPublished about a year ago 4 min read
Are Artists Using AI To Change The Concept Of Art?

Everybody’s on social media, and artists are using AI to make the most of it.

Artists are using AI technology in creative ways because it reflects the changing nature of the art world.

In a whirlwind few years, art has changed from something created for a solitary audience to something shared almost instantaneously with the world. Social media and artificial intelligence have largely influenced this expansion of art from being made to being viewed. From the artist’s perspective, the internet enables them to produce work that can connect better with their viewers. For those viewing, social media and artificial intelligence have changed how people think about art and what they find acceptable as an artistic piece.

In this article, I’ll share some insights into how AI and social media play an important part in today’s revolution in art.

1. Artists now use artificial intelligence to capture the viewers’ reactions, which allows them to see what people think of their art as they are working on it. AI-art is a new genre that has risen from this new way of making art. The artist’s process is documented and shared online for their viewers to interact with. Using the correct hashtags can better understand what people think about their work while creating it. Data analysis may also be used with AI art to understand viewers’ emotional responses better.

2. A dramatic increase in the number of art-based social media accounts has made it easier for artists to connect with a broader audience. The NFT art market grew by over 800% in 2021 to $ 490 million. In these kinds of markets, artists can easily sell their work online. This growth is possible thanks to social media. Only through the latest technology is it possible for this type of creativity to be expressed

Art is a way for people to express themselves freely without any limitations or boundaries.

3. Social media and artificial intelligence have changed how art is viewed through the internet and how the public perceives it. Since social media became a permanent fixture in our lives, it’s easy to see how this new way of communicating has left an indelible impression on how art is viewed. When people have access to so much information, they can better understand their feelings about certain topics. Artists use this easy access to information to create pieces that provoke viewers into thinking about issues they would normally avoid.

Artists are using AI technology in creative ways because it reflects the changing nature of the art world.

4. The new generation of art is often controversial and shocking, causing people to express themselves freely. The audience has access to the artist’s process, thoughts, and feelings through social media. This makes art more intimate, which is not always easy for artists to share. The Internet allows artists to express themselves more freely.

Many questions arise about these issues: how much has the concept of art changed? How has it changed? Is it good to change the concept of art? It is difficult to answer these questions until you look at what kind of art is created today. If artificial intelligence technology continues to improve, AI art will influence the way people view traditional art forms.

I work with MLearning.ai as an ML consultant. I used the access to GPT3 (the most advanced NLP model by OpenAI) and asked a question.

How much has the concept of art changed due to the widespread use of AI and social media?

see for yourself what the answer is :


How much has the concept of art changed due to the widespread use of AI and social media?

I am absolutely fascinated by the speed at which social media has been embraced as a means of artistic expression.

I think that we are now in a situation where we can view art as a form of social media — and therefore we can also see social media as a form of art.

The idea of art as a form of social media is a big shift — and something that we need to pay attention to as we explore the impact of social media on art.

Are there any artists who you think are leading the way in this shift?

I think there are a lot of artists who are already embracing this shift — and I’m thinking about artists such as D*Face, Faile, Banksy, and many others.

I think that we’ll see a lot more artists exploring this shift as we move forward — and I’m looking forward to seeing what they come up with.

What do you think will be the most significant shift in the art world over the next ten years?

I think we’ll see a big shift in the nature of art. I think we’ll see a lot more “art-as-social-media” and we’ll also see a lot more “social-media-as-art.”

This is something that I have been exploring in my own work — and I’m really excited to see where it goes next.

There are so many artists out there who are embracing social media — and I think that will have a massive impact on the art world.

What are your hopes for the future of art?

Art is an important form of expression for people to voice their opinions, fears, and hopes. Looking back at some famous art pieces reveals a sharp contrast with the new wave of art today. Is this new wave truly a revolution or a regression? Perhaps both.

I am an Art Curator, founder at EvArtology, and ML consultant at MLearning.ai. I advise companies and institutions in the creative industries on how to use AI tools in their daily work. Human collaboration with ML models can be very creative and bring huge benefits. The new era begins now.

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About the Creator

Eva Rtology

Art Curator, founder at EvArtology.com

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