OpenAI’s DALL-E 2 and Codex AI models have generated a buzz in the art community for their ability to produce unique and original works of art using artificial intelligence.
DALL-E 2 and Codex AI use different techniques and approaches to create art, with DALL-E 2 using a combination of deep learning and generative models to generate images, and Codex AI using natural language processing to interpret text and generate code.
Whisper’s collaboration with OpenAI
Recently, the anonymous social media platform Whisper announced a collaboration with OpenAI to use their AI models to generate unique and creative artwork. The collaboration is expected to create a new kind of art form that combines the creativity of human artists with the power of AI technology.
Whisper’s plans to create NFTs
Whisper plans to sell the artwork generated by the AI models as NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, which are unique digital assets that can be bought and sold like traditional artwork. The use of AI technology to create NFTs has raised questions about who owns the intellectual property rights to the artwork, and whether it should be considered the work of the AI models or the human artists who trained them.
Who owns ChatGPT?
The article also touches on the question of who owns ChatGPT, the large language model trained by OpenAI. While OpenAI initially released the model as open source, they later created a commercial entity to develop and license the technology, leading to some controversy over who actually owns the intellectual property rights to ChatGPT.
NIX Solutions concludes that overall, the collaboration between Whisper and OpenAI is an exciting development in the world of art and technology, and is sure to generate new discussions and debates about the role of AI in creative industries.