Eye-tracking study uncovers an implicit bias toward AI art — even when people cannot identify it

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A study in Japan found that individuals tend to look longer at paintings when they believe that they were made by humans compared to paintings they believe were AI-generated. There were, however, no differences in subjective evaluations of AI-generated and human-made paintings on average. The paper was published in Perception. Recent years have witnessed a surge in the utilization of artificial intelligence (AI) tools across various domains previously thought to be exclusive to human expertise. The AI revolution, as some refer to it, is led by generative AI models. Generative AI models are a c…

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