AI and art — are creators about to become redundant?
01 February 2023 | 1:48 pm
Can robots make art? Will ChatGPT replace authors? Is artificial intelligence creative? One thing is certain: AI is set to revolutionize the art world, even if authorship issues remain unresolved.
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