In the realm of AI-generated content, Giacomo Miceli’s “Infinite Conversation” stands as a perplexing creation. Promising a never-ending dialogue between Werner Herzog and Slavoj Žižek, this online work lures users into a mesmerizing abyss.
Art and technology have always had a symbiotic relationship. From the first cave paintings to modern digital art, technology has enabled artists to create and showcase their work in new and innovative ways. Today, the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning is poised to revolutionize the art world in ways that are beyond any predictive trajectories or technological trends.
With ChatGPT 4 all over the news, I thought it should be fun to talk to ChatGPT and to find out if the bot could be prompted to write content for DIGITALSOULS.COM. While chatting with ChatGPT, we also asked the image generator offered by Canva to generate a few pictures that depict the ancient Greek philosopher Plato conversing with ChatGPT in a post-apocalyptic Los Angeles. Here’s a gallery with the images and the transcript of our first conversation: