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Artist On the Frontlines: A Conversation About AI

Molly recently traveled to Perugia, Italy to speak at the International Journalism Festival about the threats we face with the rapid development of AI technology.

Molly sat down with Marisa Mazria Katz of the Center for Artistic Inquiry and Reporting to have a conversation about AI and the outright theft being committed by Artificial Intelligence art generators like DALL-E and Midjourney. These conversations about AI not only have to be had, but also should include those directly affected by its rapid deployment.

We must resist! We have put together a call to arms. We are calling for the restriction of AI image generators and illustrations in publishing.

Please join us. Add your signature today.

Sign the AI Open Letter.

ArtNet News reports:

‘Molly Crabapple Has Posted an Open Letter by 1,000 Cultural Luminaries Urging Publishers to Restrict the Use of ‘Vampirical’ A.I.-Generated Images’

Because generative-art AI is just the beginning.

Because humanity should come first.

Because we must fight back.

Never surrender,


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