Is there no artistry in AI?
The result is computer-generated, but the input that produces the result can take skill to manipulate to turn the input into something pleasing. It's like spin art (think back to elementary school): the wheel spins with a sheet of paper attached, and the kid squeezes out paint onto it. It's generated by the boring laws of physics but can you really say there's nothing human about it?
As a matter of fact, using AI to troll (giving an input to produce an analogous output) works in the same principle as a musical instrument, or baking a cake.
The edible is kicking in.