The difficulty of creating realistic hands in AI-generated art can teach us about how AI works.
While pattern recognition is key for both humans and machines to learn how to draw, AI has a different process since it is "locked in a museum" and can only learn from images and descriptions. Artists simplify the shapes of hands into basic forms before adding details, but AI works differently and struggles to understand how fingers bend and move.
While AI can create decent apples, its limitations can be seen in the strange shapes it produces for hands, reminding us of the differences between human and artificial intelligence.
A small problem or fault that prevents something from being successful or working as well as it should.
The inside part of your hand.