Art Dirt: Discussing Machine-Made Images

by Glasstire May 8, 2022

Jessica Fuentes and William Sarradet discuss the wider implications of machine learning in the creation of digital images.

“I worry that we’ll get caught up in discussing how many rules need to be placed on these technologies, when sometimes you can describe the issue simply by saying ‘it’s a machine — it can only solve specific problems.'”

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