Baltimore illustrator John de Campos isn’t happy that AI is being used to create images for commercial purposes, supplanting artists whose real life experience is reflected in their work. Andrea Hsu/NPR
Baltimore illustrator John de Campos was irate when he discovered that some of his original work had been used to train an artificial intelligence chatbot — without his permission.
“It’s so gross,” he says.
In just the past year, AI-powered programs like Midjourney and DALL-E have made it possible
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