PriMera Scientific Engineering (ISSN: 2834-2550)

Research Article

Volume 3 Issue 3

Artificial Intelligence's Creative Potential in Art

Akhil Pandey, Vishal Shrivastava and Sangeeta Sharma*

August 29, 2023


Especially new tendencies in the area of synthetic focus are dynamic in that they exchange the house of expression. Programs based totally on simulated brain are hastily turning into famous in areas such as technology, music, human expression, and science. A new close-up of Christie's Edmund portrait adjustments our modern-day appreciation of the science of synthetic talent and raises questions about the creativeness related with technology. Can craft be seen as resourceful?” Against this background, this lookup makes use of a range of AI functions and modifications the point of view on AI craft and the manufacturing cycle of AI craft to create synthetic intelligence. Show that it is achievable Innovative imagination.

Keywords: Artificial intelligence-generated art; computational creativity; machine learning


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