On October 3, acclaimed comic artist, Kim Jung Gi, died after experiencing chest pain while traveling to the New York Comic Con. He was 47. Within days of his passing, a Twitter user claimed they had trained a deep learning model to draw in the style of the South Korean illustrator, and had shared alleged images created with the model. The backlash was swift and stormy as artists and art lovers expressed their feelings regarding the advance of AI art – and what it could do to human artists. (Read More)
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