NEW YORK — Artists under siege by artificial intelligence that studies their work and then replicates their styles, have teamed with university researchers to stymie such copycat activity.
U.S. illustrator Paloma McClain went into defense mode after learning that several AI models had been trained using her art, with no credit or compensation sent her way.
“It bothered me,” McClain told AFP.
“I believe truly meaningful technological advancement is done ethically and elevates all people instead of functioning at the expense of others,” she said.
The artist turned to free software called Glaze created by researchers at the University of Chicago.
Glaze essentially outthinks AI models details ⇒
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