Summary: It’s AI Art — But Is That Really Art?

AI can only interpolate inside the box defined by the data used to train. The result will never be creative because. But is it art? AI claquers say yes!
  • 19th century writer Margaret Wolfe Hungerford claimed that “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.”1 So any analysis of AI art or music will be subjective.
  • Claqueing affected the perception of the quality of the performance and those penning reviews were invariably more positive in their assessment.
  • The chef de claque (leader of applause) organized the claquers and the commissaires (commissioners) engaged in enthusiastic conversation with those sitting nearby.
  • For sad sections of a performance, pleureurs (criers) would bury their faces in handkerchiefs and sob loudly.
  • Odd phrases like “counterfeit consciousness” instead of “artificial intelligence” began appearing in computer science journals, triggering an investigation.
  • Both the researchers and publisher Elsevier determined that automatic reverse translation, to disguise plagiarism, was the likely source of the odd phrases.

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