The Role of Real Artists in a World of AI-Generated Art

The Role of Real Artists in a World of AI-Generated Art
The Role of Real Artists in a World of AI-Generated Art - Metalhead Community Magazine.

As someone with a deep respect for real artists, I have been both blown away and significantly concerned by the capabilities of AI recently in the art world. While it is quite impressive to see what can be created with this technology, we have to consider the future of art and the role of human artists (human artists? such a strange thing to say). In a world where new songs are being uploaded every single day at a rapid rate on digital streaming platforms, the situation also raises the question "how to differentiate music from noise?" for all of us to take a moment and think. In the end, although the rise of AI and digital tools can be seen as a threat to real artists, it is also an opportunity for them to shine even brighter, just like the digital recording technology did not spell the end of professional and analog recording studios. In time, the AI-generated art will only serve to highlight the value and importance of real artists and their creations.

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Ultimately, the value of real artists and their creations will always be recognized and appreciated by those who value the unique qualities of human creativity and expression. In the end, nothing can replace the original. AI can certainly be a useful tool and an inspiration for creating new things, but it will never replace the value of original art and the talent of real artists.

That is why I wanted to take a moment to appreciate some of my favorite visual artists and share their amazing work with others. I encourage you all to share your own favorite artists in the comments and continue to support the incredible talent that exists in our world.

So, here are a few of my personal favorites in random order:

"Lucifer behind the Veil of Souls" by Denis Forkas

"Slavic Dreams, Bauk Encounter" by Petar Milivojevic

"Hushed & Grim" by Paul Romano

"Mater Mortem" by Felipe Froeder / Arcano XV

"Silent Figure With Landscape {Moonlight Shadow}" by øjeRum

"Carnival Of Souls" by Andrew Blucha / Metafables

"Eros & Thanatos" by Yoann Lossel

"Vasilisa" by Sam Guay


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Thank you to all the artists out there who continue to create and inspire us with their talent.

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