Being a creative professional, I feel (& hope) that my graphic design skills aren't replaceable by computer algorithm in the near future.
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However, I see the various ways that artificial intelligence is increasingly being used to for creative applications and know that it is only a matter of time before there is serious competition from computer-driven solutions to literary and artistic endeavors.
Writing & literature is one area where A.I. is making noticeable progression. I came across this article that was composed using OpenAI language generator, in which a prompt is given & the computer creates text. In this case, the prompt was "Focus on why humans have nothing to fear from AI".
After seeing this article, I then saw this website called Shortly, in which you start a story or essay and the A.I. generates more content.
I started a story about my son Paul Giuseppe, & the website produced a coherent and interesting continuation of the text.
It was pretty amazing, actually, and offers a glimpse at the creative power that machine learning will contribute to culture. (I was about to write "..contribute to human culture", but I don't think culture is solely a product of the human mind anymore...)