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  • Writer's pictureMarc Leyssens

AI cries out for a human touch

Updated: Jan 24

A NEWFOUND APPRECIATION FOR THE IRREPLACEABLE HUMAN TOUCH IS ON THE RISE


Will AI replace a designer's work? 


In the ever-evolving landscape of art and design, artificial intelligence (AI) has emerged as a great partner, transforming the creative process. However, a paradox unfolds: as AI standardizes certain artistic elements, a newfound appreciation for the irreplaceable human touch is on the rise.


AI's ability to analyze vast datasets and replicate artistic styles offers efficiency and innovation, yet it risks homogenizing art and design. The danger lies in the potential loss of the emotional depth, personal narratives, and cultural nuances that define human-created masterpieces. This paradox opens the door to a deeper appreciation for the authenticity only a human artist or designer can infuse into their work.


As society becomes accustomed to AI-generated art and design, a growing yearning for the imperfections, vulnerabilities, and idiosyncrasies inherent in human creation is observed. This shift emphasizes the importance of preserving traditional artistic skills and understanding the cultural and emotional dimensions unique to human-made art and design. 


While AI remains a valuable tool, the future lies in embracing the harmonious intersection of technology and human creativity, enriching our artistic landscape and deepening our connection to the profound human experience within art. 


A designer's work will not be replaced by AI. It will rather be enhanced by AI. Thoughtful curation overtakes time consuming creation. Could that be a sensible conclusion?



© image by Tim Mossholder on Unsplash

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