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Can AI-generated art be free from human biases?

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Around the end of last year, social media spaces were trending with Lensa-generated images of online users. A subscription app, Lensa, makes graphic portraits, called “Magic Avatar” images, using selfies uploaded by its users. Celebrities worldwide stepped in to show how they looked so perfect in their avatars in a “Lensa world”. However, a few days later, hundreds of women netizens worldwide started flagging issues with their avatars. They pointed out how their avatar images had their waists snatched and showed sultry poses. Even after these women uploaded different pictures, Lensa generated hyper-sexualised, semi-pornographic images. As AI takes a strong foothold over the realm of art, are we equipped with mechanisms to define what is right and what is wrong in this domain in the first place?

AI art is any art form generated using Artificial Intelligence. It uses algorithms that learn a specific aesthetic based on textual prompts and, after that, go through vast amounts of data in the form of available images as the first step. In the next step, the algorithm tries to…

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