Art.Lebedev developed an AI designer, gave it a human sounding name, and for over a year, passed it off as a human designer. Even before people learned that Nikolay Ironov was actually an AI, its designs were already creating a buzz online.
Editor’s Note: This article from Singularity Hub raises very important questions that we will soon need to address: why would design companies want to keep human designers if AI like Nikolay Ironov can perform their jobs? Who will own the copyright for an AI’s work?
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