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An introduction to AI art generators: what they are and how they work

Artificial intelligence (AI) has made its way into the art world in the form of AI art generators. But what are these generators, and how do they work? Here’s a quick introduction to the world of AI art.
AI art generators are software programs that use machine learning algorithms to create original visual art. These algorithms are fed a large dataset of images, which they use to learn about different artistic styles and techniques. Once the algorithms have been trained, they can generate their own unique artworks based on this knowledge.
There are a few different types of AI art generators. Some, like Deep Dream, generate images by manipulating existing photos or videos. Others, like DALL-E, Midjourney and Stable Diffusion, create entirely new images based on a given prompt or concept.
AI art generators can be used to create a wide range of art styles, from realistic paintings to abstract patterns. They can also be used to create art in a specific style, such as replicating the work of a particular artist or creating art in the style of a particular period or movement.
While AI art generators have the potential to revolutionise the art world, they also raise questions about the role of the artist and the definition of “art.” Some argue that AI art lacks the human touch and emotional depth of traditional art, while others see it as a natural evolution of the art form.
Whether you see AI art generators as a threat or an opportunity, it’s clear that they are an exciting and rapidly-developing area in the world of art.
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