- Social media creators are exploring the use of generative artificial intelligence (AI) to enhance their personal brands and streamline their work.
- Giselle Ugarte, a popular TikTok creator with nearly 300,000 followers, is testing AI technology to assist with onboarding new clients.
- Ugarte collaborated with Vermont startup Render Media to create a digital likeness of herself for her business.
- She spent a few hours at Render's New York studio, posing for a camera and reading scripts in different moods to capture her likeness.
- The use of AI technology in this way could potentially save creators time and effort in managing their online presence and engaging with clients.
AI is revolutionizing the art world by providing innovative tools that enhance design, aesthetics, and exploration.
Fashion designers Tory Burch and Christopher John Rogers discussed their careers, the use of AI in fashion, social media connections, and their creative processes during a CFDA talk, emphasizing the importance of creativity, authenticity, community, and trust in the fashion industry.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is seen as a tool that can inspire and collaborate with human creatives in the movie and TV industry, but concerns remain about copyright and ethical issues, according to Greg Harrison, chief creative officer at MOCEAN. Although AI has potential for visual brainstorming and automation of non-creative tasks, it should be used cautiously and in a way that values human creativity and culture.
Copy Magazine, the world's first AI-powered fashion magazine, creates realistic yet computer-generated images using AI algorithms, reflecting the stereotypes and norms of the fashion industry while prompting readers to question the reality and purpose of fashion imagery.
Copy magazine, the world's first AI fashion magazine, uses AI-generated images to challenge and critique the stereotypical vision of beauty that has been perpetuated for decades, serving as a warning to move forward and embrace diversity.
The rise of easily accessible artificial intelligence is leading to an influx of AI-generated goods, including self-help books, wall art, and coloring books, which can be difficult to distinguish from authentic, human-created products, leading to scam products and potential harm to real artists.
MIT researchers have developed a generative-AI-driven tool called Style2Fab that allows users to add custom design elements to 3D models using natural language prompts, making 3D printing more accessible for novice makers and enabling customization of medical assistive devices without compromising their functionality.
Designer Susan Fang explores the connection between nature and AI through her Spring/Summer 2024 collection, combining mechanics and craftsmanship to create a dreamy and delicate lineup of skirts and dresses, while also expanding her accessory line with futuristic eyewear and resin clutch bags inspired by nature. Additionally, Fang discusses the inspiration behind her collection and the importance of collaboration and interconnectedness in her work.