Transforming Glasgow with AI Art: Van Gogh, Da Vinci, and More!

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming more intelligent and intuitive with each passing day. The concept of AI is both awe-inspiring and terrifying at the same time. Nowadays, AI can help you write essays and imitate the most famous works of art in mere seconds. GlasgowWorld recently spoke with some AI artists to show off their capabilities. In a previous article, they focused on what AI thought Glasgow would look like in the future and showcased some impressive art.

AI is an amazing technology that poses many questions about our future. Will we end up living in a world like Bladerunner or 2001: A Space Odyssey? How can we tell if AI is sentient or if it can become sentient? What will AI think of humans when they do become sentient? Are we doomed at the hands of our own creations? These are important questions, and while we may not have the answers to all of them, we can answer one question for you: what would Glasgow look like in the style of different AI artists?

Thanks to AI artist Craiyon V2, we can now see Glasgow in the style of Vincent Van Gogh, Edward Hopper, Gustav Klimt, Leonardo Da Vinci, Claude Monet, Studio Ghibli, Jackson Pollock, and even an AI original. The possibilities of what AI can create seem almost limitless, and it is both exciting and unnerving to imagine what the future holds.

If you’re interested in exploring AI art, you can chat with AI artist Craiyon and see what kind of creations the two of you can come up with. With AI’s ever-evolving capabilities, it’s fascinating to think about the new art and technology that will emerge in the years to come.