Often the motive behind the use of any new technology is to increase the quality of innovative artwork. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the process of creating intelligent machines that can imitate or exceed human abilities in specific tasks. AI has become an important part of our daily lives, influencing many areas of our lives. As this technology evolves and becomes more sophisticated, it will eventually revolutionize the way we use computers. Researchers are looking for ways to expand the scope of artificial intelligence by providing people with more powerful tools to develop their creativity. At the same time, they are also looking for ways to connect these new technologies to existing art tools to create new ways of creating art and design. These tools allow artists to use AI to create new artwork and help them solve problems in new ways that were previously impossible. AI has Blurred the Line between the Artist's work and his Tool. In this paper, we look at how AI can expand the creative process by helping people overcome the limitations of the human brain and inspire new designers of creativity. We also explore some of the ways that artists and designers are using AI in their art and explore what the future holds for this exciting new technology. The main takeaways of this paper are that AI can be used to expand the creative process by helping people overcome the limitations of the human brain and inspire new designers of creativity. AI can be used to generate new compositions from existing images, analyze artwork, and improve the accuracy and efficiency of the work. AI can also be used to create creative images and innovative designs, with algorithms used to assist artists with the design process. The topic to combine AI and design is interesting, popular, and needs discussion.
Ali Elfa, Mayssa Ahmad and Dawood, Mina Eshaq Tawfilis
"Using Artificial Intelligence for enhancing Human Creativity,"
Journal of Art, Design and Music: Vol. 2
, Article 3.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.55554/2785-9649.1017
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