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Ai art unlocks unimaginable possibilites

The Sydney Opera House as painted by Vincent van Gogh...?

Leonardo da Vinci creating the first flying machine in 1487...?

Sydney Opera House inspired by Vincent Van Gogh. Artificial intelligent artwork generated by Absolutely Ai.
Leonardo Da Vinci creating flying machine AI artwork. Artificial intelligent artwork generated by Absolutely Ai.
Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper Artificial intelligence Ai absolutely AI. Artificial intelligent artwork

What is AI art?


Artificial intelligence (AI) is the capability of machines to learn, reason and act like humans.


In order to make an AI-generated work of art, the machine uses tools such as neural networks or deep learning algorithms that allow computers to recognise shapes and patterns in images. This allows the computer system to come up with its own ideas about what it sees on screen so that it can produce something new and breathtaking each time.

What goes into an artificially intelligent artwork?

There are many benefits for artificial intelligence artworks: they're always changing based on the information available, there's no limit on how sophisticated they become once programmed; they never get tired or bored because nothing needs repeating over and over again. But perhaps most importantly – because these programs are self learning – they're free from bias.


You could argue that this makes them more authentic than anything created by humans alone.



The creative industries are

on the verge of revolution


AI art has the power to learn from the styles of history's great master painters and create something entirely breathtaking and new. 


AI art differs from traditional methods of creating artwork because it doesn't involve any physical materials or tools like paint brushes and pencils. Instead, AI artists use specialised software programs to create their work—and they're constantly improving these programs so they can produce better results in the future.

Artificial intelligence does not produce new works of art on its own; instead, it learns from those that already exist. For example, if you were an artist working with oils or acrylics and wanted to create a portrait of your friend's dogs as a football team, then you would probably start with some reference photos of your friend's dog in front of some kind of background—and then add details like eyes and noses by hand using tools like rulers or paintbrushes. Artificially intelligent uses the available photographs, videos and other creative uploads to create something original and stylised.

Robotic Mona Lisa genearted by Absolutely Ai

Soccer team of dogs created by Absolutely Ai. Artificial intelligent artwork.
Sports teams artificial intelligence AFL, Australia, NRL

Graphic design

Artificial intelligence has the ability to push the creative boundaries of graphic design at record speed. Different artistic styles, textures, dimensions and colours to create something truly unique and engaging.

Absolutely Ai has used artificial intelligence to create business logos, imagery for events, social media assets, website banners and more. We've even reimagined club crests for sports teams. 

Head to our graphic design page for more portfolio examples.


Traditionally, big camera crews and expensive equpment has been needed to create professional looking videos. Now, lifelike avatars can be used to speak to the camera to engage an audience or sell products online or on social media.


Head to our video page for more examples.

But wait -- does computer-generated

art even count as real art?

The answer is yes and no....


It depends how you define the term art.

At Absolutely Ai, we view this new technology as a tool that can be used to break boundaries - just as the calculator, car or Google has.

While the definition of what constitutes art has evolved over time, but in general it can be broken down into three categories: craft, design and engineering. Craft includes things like pottery making or woodworking; design involves creating new products; engineering refers to fixing broken objects with an eye toward improving them (think about how your smartphone works).


These are all forms of creation that involve skilful hands-on work with materials—but they’re not necessarily considered artistic endeavours because such activities don’t require creativity in order for them to happen at all.

So if artificial intelligence is capable of creating something beautiful…how could we still deny that it can create art? 

There isn't one simple answer here...but there should always be room for debate.

Mona Lisa generated by Absolutely Ai.png

Making a case for AI art

The future is already upon us. Artificial intelligence has taken the world by storm and will continue to do so, whether people like it or not. It's inevitable that we'll have more and better technology than humans can handle, which means we're going to have to figure out how to use these new capabilities in businesss and in our daily lives.

I think we can all agree that there is no shortage of brilliant ideas being generated by machines, and there are plenty of ways for people and businesses to use this technology in their own lives too.

Want to chat about how this technology can help you? Contact us below.


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