'Dungeons & Dragons' tells illustrators to stop using AI to generate artwork for fantasy franchise


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If anything it was fortunate the artists was so bad at using the AI tools, making the illustrations so obviously flawed (wolves with human feet?) let people find out how this was done and discuss if it was justified or not and made the company decide clearly if this is allowed or not.

An artist that could use the tools better could have gotten away undiscovered for years and made the situation much more complicated.

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I've used ChatGPT for translating and writing purposes and I have found that, in the end, it is much like any other piece of software: a tool to help you out. There is no way I would turn something in without thoroughly going over the text provided. It's just not up to that level. My guess is that AI-produced art is the same way.

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