Artificial intelligence will be the next big thing, and a big one, says Artistic Directors Association executive director Kevin Gorman.
He sees the new technology becoming a key tool in art production and says it will be a game changer in how artists communicate.
“It’s like the next generation of digital photography.
It’s going to have a huge impact on the art industry,” Gorman said.
Artificial intelligence companies like Amazon and Google are pushing the boundaries of AI, using it to automate the process of making art.
They’re working on machine learning that could automatically recognize objects, create sculptures, create animations, and much more.
And while some artists aren’t excited about this technology, others are looking forward to the day when they can use it to make more intelligent and meaningful art.
“Artists are artists.
They don’t just make paintings, they make sculptures and paintings,” said Kevin Fenton, CEO of Bamboo Studio.
“AI is going to make all of us artists smarter and better artists.”
The Art of Art Fenton says that when AI is used properly, artists will be able to create something that is better than they could ever have imagined before.
“With AI, we’re going to be able more and more to be like the human artist, but with the AI, the art will be better than ever,” he said.
And that will lead to a new level of creativity in the creative world.
In fact, Fenton predicts that art will evolve as AI becomes more powerful.
“The more sophisticated AI becomes, the more art we create will become better,” he says.
“We’re going from the creation of the most beautiful sculpture to the creation that is the most powerful painting.”
And, in the meantime, the people behind these companies are investing in their art production as they do with all other forms of art.
For example, Amazon recently hired the Art of Bao, a Beijing-based studio to help them develop the AI tools that are used in their cloud-based art collection.
And Google recently signed a deal with China’s leading Chinese artist Wang Jingliang, to use AI in its cloud-generated art collections.
And other artists are exploring the potential of AI to produce artwork that is more meaningful than ever before.
So what’s next?
There are plenty of signs that AI is about the time to come into the art space.
In the past few years, artificial intelligence has been a big part of the art worlds landscape, from music to film and TV to video games.
But AI has also become a key part of what we do in our daily lives.
This year, art museums in the U.S. will host their annual Art of the Future festival in conjunction with the National Endowment for the Arts, which will present AI as part of its new vision of the future.
And as the year progresses, AI is expected to have an even bigger impact on art, from the future of the Internet to the future and future of AI.
“I think AI is going be an important part of art in the next five to 10 years, and that is a good thing,” said Fenton.
“But right now, I don’t see AI taking over the art market, at least not in the way that most artists would like.”
The art world needs artists to create the art that’s meaningful to people.
That means not only making art that makes art, but also making art with AI.
And if artists want to be successful in the future, they need to understand that AI will be making their jobs easier.
So, as the art community evolves, it will also evolve with it.
“A lot of people have already seen AI as a good investment in the economy,” said Gorman, adding that AI would be a huge boost for art companies.
“So we’re really excited about that.”