DetailsDate: March 8, 2023 - December 16, 2023
LocationMSU Museum, Campus-wide, and virtual
East Lansing, MI 48824
When OpenAI released DALL-E 2 and ChatGPT to the public at the end of 2022, it sparked immediate debate on the impact of artificial intelligence on society. Known as generative models, these tools leverage a user-created text input—called a prompt—to create new, unique outputs ranging from images to written text. These tools are trained using a massive set of human-selected data. The model then “learns” from the patterns it identifies in these datasets and uses its understanding of those patterns to generate similar content. With a few carefully selected prompts, we can create detailed artistic works or paragraphs of writing in a matter of seconds.
However, at the same time AI generative models offer new methods of producing content, they also raise complex questions. Who ultimately holds the rights to the content created by these generative models? Are these tools ethical and do they reinforce biases? What are the impacts of generative AI on the creative process and creative fields?
P.S: Who do you think wrote this statement? Human or machine?
- AI and Academic Use Roundtable
- Conversation: AI and Accountability
- Midjourney AI Art Workshop 1: Introduction to Generative AI Art with Midjourney
- Midjourney AI Art Workshop 2: Exploring Styles and Genres in Generative AI Art
- Midjourney AI Art Workshop 3: Advanced Composition and Editing in Generative AI Art
- Midjourney AI Art Workshop 4: Exploratory Prompts and Critiques in Generative AI Art
- Share your AI generated images with us by emailing them to email@example.com
- Look at a selection of the submitted images on monitors across campus including at the MSU Museum, Kresge Art Center, STEM Teaching and Learning Facility, and the Engineering Building (CMSE).