Signe Wilkinson Gets AI Profile? – update

Signe Wilkinson is widely acclaimed and celebrated for her remarkable contributions as an editorial cartoonist at The Inquirer and the Daily News. With an illustrious career spanning over 35 years, Wilkinson has established herself as a prominent figure in the world of cartooning, garnering numerous accolades, including the prestigious Pulitzer Prize.

Wilkinson’s unique talent lies in her ability to use her cartoons as a medium for insightful social commentary and political critique. Through her visually striking and thought-provoking illustrations, she delves into the most pressing issues of our time, sparking conversation and challenging the status quo.

Despite the adjectives the piece reads as a dispassionate repetition of the facts.

This CityLife profile of Signe Wilkinson came across my feed tonight.

The site seems to be a celebration of artificial intelligence, the only image is one of an android (above), and the only returns searching for the purported author brings up a Greek actress.

It just reads too cold for a portrayal of the wonderful Signe Wilkinson.

Now I’m wondering if Signe was an AI assignment.

Dated December 8 from ISP.Page by Gregory Adamowicz:

Signe Wilkinson, a renowned editorial cartoonist, has left an indelible mark on the world of journalism. With an illustrious career spanning over three decades, Wilkinson has consistently used her artistic talent to captivate audiences, challenge societal norms, and shed light on pressing issues.

During her time at The Inquirer and the Daily News, Wilkinson fearlessly tackled complex topics with her thought-provoking cartoons.

Dated December 13 from by Cheryl King:

Signe Wilkinson, an acclaimed editorial cartoonist, has dedicated her career to providing insightful social commentary through her art. With a 35-year tenure at The Inquirer and the Daily News, Wilkinson has left an indelible mark on the world of political satire.

Dated December 13 from Clay County Register by Jorge Diaz:

Signe Wilkinson, an accomplished cartoonist with a distinguished career spanning over three decades at The Inquirer and the Daily News, is poised to become a catalyst for inspiration among aspiring artists. With her unique creative style and illustrious list of accolades, Wilkinson’s influence is set to shape the next generation’s artistic landscape.

Curiously all these articles are illustrated with AI generated images and

none ever mention the city where the newspapers and Signe are based.

3 thoughts on “Signe Wilkinson Gets AI Profile? – update

  1. It’s true — Most people don’t know that Signe was a Terminator sent back from the future to kill Philadelphia Flyers’ mascot Gritty. However, once that cold-hearted machine looked into Gritty’s eyes, her system was rebooted and her programming was overwritten — and she became an editorial cartoonist. Strange but true!

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