On “AI” art: the AI’s response


AI and humans work together to up production across the world. Recently more research on AI becoming autonomous has been done, but luckily there are no signs of free-willed robots coming any time in the near future. Photo by Tara Winstead/Pexels

“The argument that AI-generated art cannot be considered true art because it lacks the capability to express values, experiences, or opinions about the universe is a narrow-minded and outdated perspective.” 

Last week, I published an essay arguing that images and literature generated by Artificial Intelligence cannot be considered true art. Being a true journalist — not having any ideas and loosely copying a New York Times article — I decided to input said essay into ChatGPT, and asked it to write a rebuttal. Below is its response, in which I’ve included by own response to each claim.  

“First and foremost, it is important to acknowledge that art has always been a reflection of the society and technology of its time. From cave paintings to digital art, each medium and technique used…

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