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Published on October 15th, 2022
With crypto, digital clones, metaverse, NFTs, and deep fakes, AI-powered text-to-image generators are one of the hottest innovations that will affect our digital lives shortly. In addition to the fact that their daily active user count is rapidly growing. Using this technology is a lot of fun. Enter some random text into the box and wait just a few seconds to see the picture that corresponds to your gibberish imagination appear before your eyes.
Some technological processes produce amusing and surprising outcomes. Overall, the AI-generated works are outstanding, and some are good enough to be mistaken for real artist masterpieces. Therefore, copyright, ethical, and dystopian nightmare all reside in this. AI art generators like Stable Diffusion and Mid journey have become popular activities for average users and art enthusiasts. However, this has set off a moral minefield for artists’ ability to make a living.
On October 11th, a prominent Korean anime artist, AT, was making Raiden Shogun’s art with her followers live on Twitch. A viewer from his stream “finished” the fan art before them by taking a snapshot of their art in progress. Afterwards, the thief put it into an artificial intelligence Ai image generator called Novel AI and even posted the final results before AT could. When the original artist, AT confronted the thief, they had the audacity to demand a reference image.
The thief then finished the sketch by using NovelAI and posted on their Twitter before AT finish it.
Then had the AUDACITY to demand a "proper reference" from them. pic.twitter.com/Twv7oWSMaW
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The artwork thief even posted an unasked-for Q&A session on their Twitter. Honestly, the community can’t comprehend the motivations of this new-age scam artist. Moreover, I believe we can all agree that if AT didn’t confront them for sharing their creative works, they would have managed to get away with this crime. Therein there lays a further cause for worry.