Hayao Miyajaki and his reaction to AI’s artistic talents
Hayao Miyajaki and his reaction to AI’s artistic talents

Hayao Miyajaki and his reaction to AI’s artistic talents

Hayao Miyajaki and his reaction to AI’s artistic talents The legendary Japanese animator Hayao Miyajaki, who decided to return to the industry to create another cartoon, was shown the capabilities of artificial intelligence in drawing animations. The artist’s reaction was unexpected and very surprised the researchers who created AI specifically for drawing anime. Although the developers at Dwango hoped that the animator would like their work, which should significantly reduce the time it takes to draw a new cartoon, Hayao Miyajaki categorically refused, saying that : \The Japanese noted in his hearts that the appearance of such a system he sees as “an insult to all life,” and in creatures drawn by artificial intelligence there is no soul, and they do not cause empathy. “He who creates this material has no idea what“ pain ”is in whole. I am very disgusted. If you really want to do terrible things, you can continue your work and get it done, ”Miyajaki commented on what he saw in the drawn AI video. This is how the 75-year-old artist, who for half a century manually created animes that take any person’s soul, reacted to machine creativity and modern capabilities that, it would seem, are able to quickly and accurately embody the most daring and unusual creative ideas of people. What happened in total – a clash of generations (young people who learned to \

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