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Fans are furious at AI art generator for imitating illustrator

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AI art has been causing massive controversy since the release of the latest generation of text-to-image generators, and the backlash shows no sign of going away. Now fans of an acclaimed South Korean illustrator are livid after someone created an AI model that replicates the artist’s style just days after he passed away.

If you’re not sure how AI art generators work, see our guide to how to use DALL-E 2, which is one of the most popular of the new generation of synths. Basically, they’ve been trained using many thousands of images and captions to allow users to create art by typing a short text prompt. Some open-source generators allow users to create their own models by giving them further training on specific image sets – and some people don’t see that as a fitting tribute to an artist.

Gi was famous for his highly intricate style, as seen in this work for Marvel’s Civil War II (Image credit: Marvel Comics)

Best known for Tiger the Long Tail (TLT), the South Korean illustrator Kim Jung Gi was widely admired for his ink-and-brushwork manhwa (Korean comicbook art) and for his…

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