First and Last Name/s of Presenters

Kaylin SorensenFollow

Mentor/s

Dr. Brian Stiltner Dr. Suzanne Deschenes

Participation Type

Poster

Abstract

In this presentation, I will be dissecting the use of Artificial Intelligence(AI) in the creative industries such as art or music, and analyzing if there should be any cause for concern. There will be an establishment of what Artificial Intelligence is as well as discuss a type of program it uses called GAN. This is an important base to begin with as it will be able to establish the basics that will be used further on. Afterwards, it will be focusing on case studies within this debate that bring up good factors. This starts with the usage of copyrighted works in order to have the AI create a work itself, and would it have enough substantial use to be fair use. Then, the question of what if the work being used was public domain. The light is turned onto the produced work instead, and how AI works cannot be copyrighted, while also bringing in the question of, if they should. Lastly, there will be a discussion of how AI can be used to take a person’s physical appearance, or voice, to be used in different media, and whether there is a line between malicious or entertainment purposes.

College and Major available

Art & Design

Location

Digital Commons & West Campus West Building

Start Day/Time

4-29-2022 1:00 PM

End Day/Time

4-29-2022 4:00 PM

Students' Information

Kaylin Sorensen, Art & Design, 2023, Honors Student

Winner, Most Creative 2022 award.

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Apr 29th, 1:00 PM Apr 29th, 4:00 PM

Artificial Intelligence and the Creative Industries: Does it Belong?

Digital Commons & West Campus West Building

In this presentation, I will be dissecting the use of Artificial Intelligence(AI) in the creative industries such as art or music, and analyzing if there should be any cause for concern. There will be an establishment of what Artificial Intelligence is as well as discuss a type of program it uses called GAN. This is an important base to begin with as it will be able to establish the basics that will be used further on. Afterwards, it will be focusing on case studies within this debate that bring up good factors. This starts with the usage of copyrighted works in order to have the AI create a work itself, and would it have enough substantial use to be fair use. Then, the question of what if the work being used was public domain. The light is turned onto the produced work instead, and how AI works cannot be copyrighted, while also bringing in the question of, if they should. Lastly, there will be a discussion of how AI can be used to take a person’s physical appearance, or voice, to be used in different media, and whether there is a line between malicious or entertainment purposes.

 

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