I just want to leave my two cents.
There’s a important aspect of A.I. that people neglect: an optmization function.
In short every AI has to satisfy a goal, usually this goal is to mimic a dataset and produce more data similar to it, so in fact AI usually copies stuff, but when the goal to optimize is to produce art pieces, the optimization function is “human amusement”, how much the human likes the pieces produced by AI, this is sort of tricky to do, it’s easy to copy a dataset of art pieces but the produced result will only be as good as the dataset if not a bit worse and it will only be as diverse as the dataset also.
The only way to get around this problem I believe would be to directly wire a human to a machine and have the AI feed piece after piece while a sensor measures the response of the brain and how much dopamine it releases… and I dont think anyone is willing to undergo such a horrific experience.
Edit: there’s also the AI who can play against itself, and the optimization function is to be better than the past self but this only works for competitive games with no human input soo…
Edit(2): humans also have one or two optimization functions, one is quite obvious (To not feel pain) and the other not so much (to not feel social pain).