Is this going to change the otaku industry?

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#26 by ravena
2022-12-10 at 18:59
< report >#25 I think you watch too many SF movies. AI can't perceive the world. AI is taught to fill the missing gaps in a picture, and then they are fed a picture with a lot of gaps, and while trying to fill the gaps, they create a new picture. They are not aware of what they are doing and have no creativity. They just learn patterns and try to recreate them.Last modified on 2022-12-10 at 18:59
#27 by zakashi
2022-12-10 at 23:42
< report >you're right, maybe it's too early to say that such a thing is possible, but it's still an interesting thought experiment.Last modified on 2022-12-10 at 23:43
#28 by encrypted12345
2022-12-12 at 04:52
< report >@25 A true machine sapient is likely to be emotionless as emotion is a byproduct of various biological processes and thus isn't all that likely to care about anything except maybe its own existence (and that's a big maybe). That is, assuming that emotion isn't necessary to form consciousness in the first place. In that case, conflict will arise more likely than not as humans building artificial AI with artifical emotions with triggers the builders themselves can choose is bound to backfire eventually.
#29 by bobjr2000
2022-12-12 at 17:26
< report >Avoid discussion because wasn't really interested tbh. But now that seen it bleeding more onto other parts of life and decide to look a little more into big picture talking to others. The concern is not really skynet becoming self aware and taking over the world. But that machines are breaking grounds proving to be as value able and potential more than humans in the obvious long run in ways we only though of as scifi. 15-20 years from now its not impossible to imagine them perfecting art and already doing voice acting/voice replacement. They are the most obvious jobs right now can see being affected and people out of work. But not that hard for it to snake around from self driving cars that do exist eventually figure out the bugs to replace taxi drivers/ubers and then even potential other public transportation like buses,trains or planes. There is also during covid restrictions requiring many kids to stay home and learn on a computer. Which could easily be safe at home and learn from machine simply going over lesson plan replacing many more jobs. La is already trying to use robots for police force but easily can branch out to jobs like collecting garbage if they perfect transportation. Even process of simply cooking food being replace in restaurants, or cashiers/front desk with computers instead.

Its this domino affect that will eventually happen sooner or later. There are no laws or regulations right now because it seems silly but eventually corporations and big money make there break through it could very easily be norm to have factory or online employees completely unnecessary or drastically reduced. Many of jobs from work force will no longer exist. It is AI should no be afraid of yet as much as it is people at top trying to making things as efficient as possible to make more money and running into grey area if can or will do some thing about it before it becomes the complete norm phasing things out.
#30 by Ileca
2023-01-17 at 20:53
< report >Just noticed that DLsite already includes 1989 works (68 games) marked with AI生成作品. I noticed because I fell for link. That's only when I saw another gallery from the same circle with bland and generic art that I noticed it was AI made. With scrutiny, I finally found out that the girl in the first gallery never had the same haircut...
Anyway, give AI one year and I will be unable to notice where it comes from.
Something like link doesn't even look like AI to me.
You know we are doomed because IT SELLS. The first game on my results sold 2583 units for 690 yens. Few hundreds for the others.

I am pretty sure that AI will be used by entitled little shit on the internet and capitalism in general (made of entitled big shit) to pressure artists in lowering even more their worth, furthering the narrative that it is a "passion job". Very sad.

Maybe it is time for me to think about opening a patreon account?Last modified on 2023-01-17 at 22:49
#31 by beliar
2023-01-17 at 21:00
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Maybe it is time for me to think about opening a patreon account?
Do you have a hot sister or mother to create incest content with? if not, you will not make much money even with the help of AI-chan. Unless the AI is your sister... Holy hell, are you an AI too?
#32 by Ileca
2023-01-18 at 01:01
< report >We lost Beliar. He can't distinguish reality from his games anymore. I always warned him that playing so many 3Dwesternge would rot his brain but he never listens. -__-
#33 by beliar
2023-01-18 at 01:24
< report >Was this post written by an AI..? Is VNDB AI?
Wait, is Yorhel AI too?
...
Oh, no...
#34 by encrypted12345
2023-01-18 at 03:53
< report >Wouldn't we all be AI anyways if the simulation theory was true? I wouldn't worry about it.
#35 by ravena
2023-01-18 at 16:04
< report >@31 Whether AI-generated work will be successfully sold in the future depends on the Getty Images lawsuit. If Getty Images win, you can expect that all stores will ban products that use AI-generated images.

And there is a good chance they will win because Getty Images found a target that is way below their weight category, so they will have a much better lawyer team.Last modified on 2023-01-18 at 16:06
#36 by zakashi
2023-01-18 at 18:46
< report >@35 what's this lawsuit about? It would be very bad if they banned AIs, in that case I hope piracy saves the day
#37 by ravena
2023-01-18 at 19:05
< report >Getty Images argues that images generated by AI trained on copyrighted materials are breaching copyrights and suing a company that created one of the AI image generators.

If the court rules that AI images breach copyrights, it will for sure create problems for companies that develop AI image generators, but they will probably survive and it won't affect free tools.

The most important outcome will be that it will be impossible to monetize AI images.
#38 by zakashi
2023-01-18 at 19:18
< report >I see, well that's depressing.
#39 by Ileca
2023-01-18 at 21:06
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The most important outcome will be that it will be impossible to monetize AI images.
I doubt that this is what will happen if Getty Images wins. Tech companies will have to use legally obtained data to train their AI instead of scrapping copyrighted material, like how OpenAI paid Shutterstock to train DALL-E. It will certainly not make monetization impossible as it depends on the license provided by the software (with this new restriction of observing their data's own licenses). Will probably be hard if you want to train an AI to make anime girls but this is happening in the UK so the reach is probably small?
I don't know which side to pick but I am sure I would be happy if micro$oft got convicted over Copilot and loses millions (billions plz). (Well, I am on the side of big corps getting fucked over for exploiting the work of small people, especially given how aggressive they use these same copyright laws to stifle creation.)

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