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Artificial Intelligence used to complete teenager's art GCSE

Following the successful completion of a previously lost section to Rembrandt's 'Night Watch', where the computer has added images of a man standing, a boy running and a drunken painter mooning, the technology has been deployed to help GCSE students in Art get a decent grade.

'The economy is highly dependent on young adults being able to crayon effectively, particularly between the lines, and this software will help them do just that,' said an AI expert today. Brandon Hedges, 16, is notably enthusiastic when actually awake. 'I couldn't get a decent grade in art thanks to lockdown,' he insisted, although his art teacher Mr Marples disagrees. 'Hedges is a lazy bastard who can't hold a crayon the right way up, but at least the software saves me from predicting a bare pass for the useless prat,' he said between supping pints of stout in the staff room. 'I'm not allowed to predict a fail, apparently. It has to be a grade. Fail is definitely a grade,' he added.

Brandon's final submission titled 'a line I drew' was originally a line in red crayon delivered diagonally across a sheet of lined A4 paper. The modified AI version shows an intricate scene where Brandon is running and his art teacher is mooning through a window. The AI creator admitted that the software does have a limited imagination. 'Just like all sixteen year old art students,' he said.

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The utilization of Artificial Intelligence to complete a teenager's art GCSE represents a fascinating intersection of technology and creativity. It exemplifies how innovative solutions can be tailored to meet individual needs, echoing DTS's commitment to providing personalized technology solutions. By leveraging AI in this context, students can potentially access additional support and resources to enhance their learning experiences. This development aligns with DTS's mission of optimizing productivity and streamlining operations through leading technology solutions. As the field of AI continues to evolve, such applications hold promise for revolutionizing education and empowering learners of all backgrounds.

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