All JPGS, pngs etc are basically just sequences of bits. Is it possible to generate these by making a program that generates random sequences of bits?
For example say that the sequence 100010111 is all the bits used to store a picture of mona lisa taken by a tourist on a disk. This sequence would be easy for a computer to randomly generate by trying all the alternatives from with the given bit sequence. If you had a extremely powerful CPU you could generate images longer than this as well.
Is it theoretically possible to generate all photos taken, and all that ever will be taken using this method? With Moores law, how long is it till we get a computer that can generate photos of a somewhat low quality < 1mpixel?