AI art has gotten good enough to mimic real artists, down to stylistic flourishes. But those works are generated from databases of scraped artwork often taken without the original artist's consent.
Next Level: AI art is almost human, but fueled by unwilling artists
What are the ethical, legal and moral boundaries of creating AI-generated content from other people's works?
AI fears are fueling the labor strikes in Hollywood
Artificial intelligence is poised to completely change the film and TV industries, but Hollywood’s workers want a say in how it develops.
Mobile game ads are weird, misleading — and effective
Mobile games are a huge part of the billion-dollar video game industry. So why do they rely so heavily on bizarre, misleading ads?
Dungeons & Dragons faces fan revolt over creative control clampdown
The role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons is more popular than ever these days, but that popularity is threatened by a consumer revolt.
Usher will headline 2024 Super Bowl halftime show in Las Vegas
The R&B singer is an eight-time Grammy winner and has sold more than 80 million records across the globe.
New app lets you rent private bathrooms on-demand 'like Uber'
Users can expect to pay $15 for 15 minutes of time inside a 'Restspace," which connects people needing a bathroom with nearby hosts.
Former NHL player Nic Kerdiles killed in motorcycle crash in Nashville
He was also the ex-fiancé of reality television star Savannah Chrisley, and appeared on her family's hit show "Chrisley Knows Best."