It's getting pretty wild, and advancing asymptotically now.
Some recent examples of an artist using AI to create imagery (still some human collaboration involved, but humans are becoming completely superfluous to the process real fast):
The Sea Queen
The Moth's Fairy Tale
Source (more examples): https://www.instagra...ochadinfinitum/
Tell an AI to draw whatever you want (crude, but free to use): https://www.craiyon.com/
There are many sites popping up now that are showcasing AI and ML generated art (and poetry, and prose), and some of it is ...well, you should just go check it out for yourselves.
Question posed to Joscha Bach, who knows his shit like few others alive right now (HIGHLY recommend his conversations with Lex Fridman).
I’m looking forward to the time when DALLE10.2 will be able to create Hollywood level production movies by just inputting entire books. would that be possible?
It seems inevitable. You won’t need to feed in a book, because it will know most of the books in existence and can write new ones about almost any topic and for any audience you want
His account is one of the reasons why Twitter is as much a fascinating resource as it is a scourge of echo-chamber amplifying madness. Bach's offhand comments and replies (and insights) are often brilliant and definitely worth a browse (I learn a lot there).
I just found this recently, and it's an amazing example of old-school human-made art based on Terence McKenna's Stoned Ape Theory: https://twitter.com/...900723653513216
Can AI make something like that, now or ever? Will civilization last long enough for us to find out?