The World of Generative AI Art: Where Poets Become Painters
Generative AI: The Great Enabler
As AI breaks down barriers and connects people in ways that were never possible before, individuals are no longer confined to a single profession, restricted by the limitations of their own skill set. AI has opened up a world of possibilities, providing a bridge that connects diverse fields and enables cross-disciplinary collaboration. Artists can now work with coders, writers with graphic designers, poets with painters, and many more. The result is a new age of creativity and innovation, where the boundaries of what is possible are constantly being pushed, and this era of time we are living in is known as the Age of AI.
So now, poet to painter, what exactly do you mean?
Artificial Intelligence ("AI") acts as a bridge between different professions by providing new and innovative tools and technologies that allow people from various backgrounds and skill sets to collaborate and work together in new and creative ways. Artificial intelligence and machine learning technology have collectively opened new doors for creative expression, enabling artists to explore new forms of visual representation through the use of algorithms and data.
One area that has seen a particularly interesting evolution is the use of language as a medium for generative art. Poets and writers, in particular, have found that their command of language and wordplay can be a powerful tool in creating unique and striking AI-generated art. The relationship between language and art is not a new one. Poetry, for example, has long been considered an art form that is deeply rooted in language. Poets are adept at crafting intricate and meaningful phrases, painting vivid imagery with words, and evoking powerful emotions through their use of language. This same skill set translates well to the world of AI art, where the ability to manipulate language and understand its structure is key to creating visually compelling pieces.
When working with AI models, poets can
use their knowledge of language to train the algorithms and guide the machine learning process. By providing a rich dataset of text and parameters, poets can influence the way in which the AI generates images, shaping the final output to align with their artistic vision. In this way, poets are able to take a more active role in the creat
ion of their art, using their knowledge of language to guide the AI and shape the final product.
So I'm Not A Poet, Now What?
The good news is you don't have to be a poet, to show it (off). You can use AI as a translation tool to generate words that enable the creation of striking AI-generated art. The usage of text-to-text AI language models, such as ChatGPT-3 as a translator can allow individuals with less experience in writing to expand their vocabulary and adjust their words in a way that is visually compelling for an AI/ML model to use in crafting unique artwork. Just ask ChatGPT3 to help you brainstorm ideas for being creative in your generative AI art writing prompts, and it will do so.
The use of AI in art is a fascinating and evolving field. Poets, with their command of language and wordplay, will have the ability to shape and guide the output of AI models, resulting in visually striking and unique pieces of art. However, the use of AI in other art forms and AI translators allows for a wider range of individuals to participate in the creation of AI art, expanding the possibilities for creative expression in the field. As technology continues to advance, the relationship between AI and art will likely become even more intertwined, leading to new and exciting possibilities for creative expression.
Example: Response per ChatGPT-3 (Exhibit A)
"As I stand here on the last frontier of America, I am awestruck by the beauty that surrounds me. The vast, open landscape stretches out as far as the eye can see, with towering mountains on one side and rolling hills on the other. The air is crisp and fresh, and the light is a warm golden hue, casting a soft glow on the landscape. I am standing on the edge of the unknown, and I want to capture the feeling of wonder and awe that I am experiencing.
The image should capture the grandeur and scale of the landscape, while also emphasizing the smallness and vulnerability of the woman. The aspect ratio can be wide, such as 16:9 or 21:9, to give a sense of the vastness of the landscape. The style of the image can be dramatic and epic, with a strong contrast between the bright sky and the dark foreground. The camera lens utilized should be a wide-angle lens, such as a 14mm or 24mm lens, to capture the expansive view and the beauty of the surroundings. The image can be inspired by classic landscape photography, with a focus on the grandeur and beauty of nature. The color palette should be warm and golden, with a soft and muted feel, to convey the feeling of wonder and awe. The background should be sharp and in focus, with enough detail to give a sense of place, but not enough to distract from the woman and her emotions. The composition should be balanced, with the woman standing on the edge of the frame and looking out at the landscape, to give a sense of her smallness and vulnerability in the face of such beauty."
All images are owned by Jacqueline Ann DeStefano-Tangorra. Parts of article were generated using ChatGPT3. For more articles like this, follow Omni Business Intelligence Solutions.