r/DeepDream is a subreddit for artists and content creators who use machine learning algorithms to produce images, video, and audio.
The community is focused on AI art. Members share their creations, which are mostly images but also include videos and audio. Additionally, the subreddit also serves as a space to discuss new methods for producing art, as well as tips, tricks, and tutorials.
By joining this community, you will access a whole art gallery. Posts are organized by diverse flairs: Image, Video, and GAN Art. The image gallery includes both abstract and realistic pictures. Each member is free to name his/her creation. Also, Reddit allows members to interact through comments. They also have the chance to save their favorite pieces of art for later reference.
The video section has videos from different YouTube channels. In most of the cases, they include images in movement created with AI. Others are animations. Lastly, the GAN art section has very colorful pieces created with the generative adversarial networks (GANs) method.
Enjoy an AI art gallery:
By joining this community, you will be able to appreciate different pieces of AI art. From images to videos and even audio, all content is astonishing.
Interact with other artists:
Through the comments, you can connect to other artists. It's a good chance to share feedback among peers and expand your professional network.
As an AI artist, you will find inspiration in all pieces shared by other members. Perhaps you can discover new trends and techniques by discussing them with like-minded peers.
Members of r/DeepDream take advantage of the comments on the posts to interact. They can leave a comment to express their opinion on the piece of art, as well as relevant feedback and advice. Members also leave their likes and can even save the post for future reference
Dreaming Neural Nets has an amazing gallery for all members who truly appreciate AI art. The gallery is made up of all members' posts. These are divided into flairs: image, video, and GAN art. These etiquettes help you filter the content you want to find, keeping the subreddit organized.