Fallout TV show could be using AI art, fans suspect

Fallout TV show in production at Amazon Prime could be using AI art, with leaked trailer and set photos, and concept art for the show also raising suspicions.

Fallout TV show could be using AI art, fans suspect
Published by Liam @ PC Game Spotlight 8 months ago


Fallout TV show in production at Amazon Prime is generating buzz

Fallout TV Show in production at Amazon Prime is generating buzz thanks to suspicions that the art used in the trailer and set photos could be generated by artificial intelligence. The show, which is set to launch in 2024, also has concept art for Fallout 4’s pre-apocalypse Los Angeles revealed, with fans suspecting the image is also AI generated.

First brought to our attention by actor Stephen Ford, who is set to appear in the show, others have dug up examples of what they believe to be AI-generated art. In addition to Ford highlighting the AI Art in the Fallout 4 concept, others have found examples in the show’s trailer, including a shot of a red car.

“The car in the image below shows signs of AI manipulation,” Ford says. “The rear resembles the front. The red car also has a diagonal sign and the unevenly placed windows, which further suggest AI involvement.”

Ford goes on to show more examples, including a metal building in the background that warps to the shape of the mountain, raising suspicions that it could be generated by AI as well. The image also includes a woman with three legs, which is a clear sign of AI generation.

Ford adds, “I can’t find any evidence that anyone involved has responded to this. This is either a really good troll or something to be concerned about.”

While it could be nothing, Amazon hasn’t put out any debunking, and there are previous instances of big corporations like Disney using AI in their productions. Until an artist claims responsibility, it could be another embarrassing use of AI.

Fallout TV show generating buzz due to suspicions of AI art usage.

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