In recent years, the artificial intelligence tool has become very popular not only in the technological field, but also in the artistic field, but it seems that one of our favorite directors in Japan does not agree with this and Hayao Miyazaki spoke out.
That’s right, the Oscar-winning co-founder of Studio Ghibli and one of the most important exponents of Japanese animation spoke about the use of this type of technology in the arts and criticized it very harshly.
During a presentation attended by the director and crew, they imagined what artificial intelligence could do to create human-like images, but the response was not as expected.
The team that exposed defended the creation of a machine that could draw like humans, but Miyazaki himself reflected and pointed out that we were approaching the end of time: “People are losing faith in themselves.”
Followers of this director know that his work is very marked by traditional hand-drawn animation, and that’s its charm, so the fact that these illustrations are machine-made doesn’t get Miyazaki any good.