We asked an AI to give us a picture of what it thinks the average fan of 26 different genres of music is and it gave us the results, although you might not like what you see.
People don’t always like the results AI coughs, especially when it’s supposed to represent them in some way.
There’s also the slight issue that despite all that it can create the AI still has some blind spots, this may give you a vague idea of what you’re asking it to do but very often demonstrates that it doesn’t. did not really understand the mission.
Sometimes he spits out inhuman creations that were so obviously put together by a computer that couldn’t figure out what it was doing.
Mr Techno appears to be mostly a robot itself, and it’s not hard to notice that it appears to be wearing two headphones on top of each other with a series of weird contraptions all over its head.
Rock fans benefit from a slightly smoother ride, though they are blown out of the water by AI-generated heavy metal fans.
For some images the AI tried to create a reasonably realistic representation of the “average fan”, then for genres like pop and funk it just decided to throw everything away. representation of a real person and do what she wanted.
For some images the AI tried to create a reasonably realistic representation of the “average fan”, then for genres like pop and funk it simply decided to reject any representation of a real person and do what ‘she wanted.
Then there are times when it directly gives us a representation of the creators rather than the stereotypical fans, unless classical music fans like to don 18th century clothes before blasting Beethoven at full volume.
Some of the closest depictions of humans come from the AI’s attempt to capture Ska fans, but even then there are still clear clues that what you’re looking at isn’t real.
Look at the guy wearing both a standard tie and a bow tie, further proof that the AI can do something but it can’t figure out some key details.
The telltale signs of AI image generation are still there, one of the easiest ways to tell something is happening is to look at people’s hands and feet in the image while the technology has yet hard to draw them.
Despite that, it certainly has a flair for the dramatic and colorful, so we don’t think disco divas will be too upset with its AI portrayal.
While some genres have been a little raw, others have been represented in undeniably cool ways, while grime music is represented by a guy standing in the middle of his street, there are plenty of others that are made for look cooler.
Even when the person represented by the AI looks pretty darn realistic, the backgrounds often look pretty crazy.
Maybe everything behind the young dubstep fan actually exists somewhere in the world and the AI copied it on an image, but that seems so unrealistic.