AI as a Creative Partner: Enhancing Artistic Creation and Acceptance


AI tools have gained popularity in the art world, offering numerous advantages for artists in terms of creativity and innovation. However, concerns and limitations surrounding AI-generated art have also emerged, such as the potential lack of emotional depth and human touch compared to traditional art forms. This paper explores the use of AI tools in artistic creation and acceptance, focusing on two prominent tools: DALL-E and MidJourney. These tools provide artists with opportunities to experiment with novel ideas, break free from established conventions, and explore different styles and techniques. The acceptance of AI art among the public and the art community is a complex issue that requires careful consideration by artists. The advantages of AI tools include time efficiency, idea generation, personalization, and collaboration, empowering artists to enhance their creative processes and connect more deeply with their audience. However, criticisms and limitations such as lack of creativity and originality, technical skill requirements, potential homogenization, and ethical concerns also need to be addressed. The paper emphasizes the importance of understanding these limitations and drawbacks to make informed decisions about incorporating AI tools into the artistic process. Ultimately, AI can serve as a valuable tool for artists, either as a creative partner in the production of art or as an aid in the ideation phase, offering new possibilities and expanding the boundaries of artistic expression.

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Joana Braguez, Instituto Politécnico de Viseu, Portugal

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Conference: BAMC2023
Stream: Arts Practices

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Braguez J. (2023) AI as a Creative Partner: Enhancing Artistic Creation and Acceptance ISSN: 2435-9475 – The Barcelona Conference on Arts, Media & Culture 2023: Official Conference Proceedings
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