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ChatGPT and DALL-E have hastened the day when artists must evaluate themselves against higher standards, above all those of originality and creative bravery.
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In 1959 — or Year 63 Before ChatGPT — the Soviet poet Boris Slutsky wrote “Physicists and Lyrics,” a poem affirming the defeat of poets at the hands of engineers:
Since modern generative AI can actually produce poetry that a published writer of verse can admit is sometimes better than his own and generate images that a millionaire digital artist can praise without condescension, Slutsky’s tongue-in-cheek lines could be deemed unintentionally prophetic. But he also wrote “Lyrics and Physicists,” another poem on the subject, only a few years after the first one: