All the paintings exhibited at Noua this time are the result of artificial intelligence technology.
It is said that the creators only need to give instructions in the form of sentences or words to an artificial intelligence technology application to create their work in the form of images.
Jaber Al Khodari is the owner of an artificial intelligence application for mobile phones called Kliky AI, which describes itself as a social media platform for creating images and sharing content generated by artificial intelligence technology. He also organized this exhibition.
“You just have to enter text into the program, whatever text you want and whatever comes to your mind. This artificial intelligence app then creates it and shows you the results. “Whether it’s images, design, fashion, or whatever you have in mind in terms of content in general or art, you can make it happen with artificial intelligence technology,” he explained.
Sami Mohammed, an artist, believes that paintings created with artificial intelligence technology are not works of art. He considers this technology to be an effective way to create many paintings.
“I think, if this is allowed to continue, it means we will waste creativity. “Creativity does not come from technology, but rather comes from humans themselves and their mental and psychological development,” he continued.
Al Khodari, as the exhibition organizer, disagrees. He believes that artificial intelligence contributes to the development of art and artists and enhances, rather than inhibits, creativity.
“Currently, many artists are utilizing artificial intelligence in their works of art and ideas and producing things that they can create, because sometimes you have an idea and want to draw, but the idea cannot be realized. Artificial intelligence today helps you in working on a subject, and in turn, creativity will be better in this case,” he explained.
Al Khodari believes, along with its rapid development, artificial intelligence technology has undeniably penetrated the world of art, and changed the creative process in many ways.
This technological algorithm, he said, could produce music, poetry, paintings and even literature. According to him, this technology can analyze large sets of artwork data to identify patterns and create new works based on these patterns. In short, this technology not only imitates human creative abilities, but has the capacity to produce unique and innovative works of art. (ab/uh)