Some AI Fun – Stephen Shapiro

I play with completely different AI software program. For enjoyable.

One is Dream Studio

Just give a short description of what you need to create, and it’ll do it. Not all the time good. But it tries.

To be clear, the system doesn’t copy and paste inventory photographs. These are generated from scratch. That’s why each picture is exclusive – and generally just a little bizarre.

Here are some good examples:

An individual with an concept yielded this:

I personally love this! I believe it is by chance, however the screw thread on the bulb seems like a head with nostril, mouth and hair. Super cool

But it additionally produced this, much less thrilling model:

It’s clear that the AI ​​is matching “ideas” with lightbulbs.

Since mild bulbs are so cliche, I made a decision to see what it could appear to be an individual with a globe above his head. Innovation is usually about optimistic world influence, so perhaps this might result in one thing helpful. Unfortunately it wasn’t fairly what I requested for.

I requested to create a deck of playing cards with the invisible man on the again.

The result’s some unusual trying maps. Zoom in on the map on the prime left and you will see what I imply. The playing cards are clearly not out of inventory images!

Sometimes the outcomes are weird. It appears to have issues with the palms at occasions. I requested to take an image of it a lady holding a lightweight bulb that burns.

She has very versatile fingers, or one thing unusual is happening.

Don’t ask me why, however I requested somebody with out eyebrows. The eyebrows appear to be the one factor the system obtained proper!

One final for enjoyable. Stephen Shapiro writes a weblog put up. I’ll allow you to choose how correct it’s. (trace: it is not!)

If you have an interest in studying about sensible methods to make use of AI for innovation, learn this text written by my pal, Paul Golding. It could also be much less humorous, but it surely’s actually extra useful.


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