May 18, 2023

How Generative AI Could Replace Artists in Creative Industries | Tech News Briefing | WSJ

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The threat that technology will replace workers is something more people are grappling with due to the introduction of new tools powered by generative artificial intelligence. Creative workers like artists, writers, and filmmakers are among those raising the loudest alarm. But is their concern warranted? And what impact could AI have on the future workforce?

Join us for the third episode of our series “Artificially Minded” with host Zoe Thomas.

0:00 Artists fear that generative AI could replace them in the future.
1:57 Meet Tomer Hanuka, book and magazine cover designer.
3:09 How AI art tools like Midjourney and Dall-E 2 work.
7:01 How the film industry is using AI in movies like Everything, Everywhere All at Once.
9:54 What the advancement of AI could mean for the workforce.
12:28 What is skill-biased technical change?
14:08 Why basic roles are important in the creative fields.

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