Do you want it? A place where all potential creative tools are collected? With direct links and short explanations — for you to decide where to start your art? Well, here it is — an ongoing index of all creative uses of AI. At least those being covered by Merzazine. So without boring introductions…
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Untold stories, told by AI
In 8 pictures:
Title: Beyond a Japanese Street
AI models in use: 3D Ken Burns / JukeBox Music / GPT-3
* Original image
* Video in HiRes
* Original Soundtrack (written by JukeBox)
* AI-written Poem (written by GPT-3)
* GPT-3 screenshot
Artificial Intelligence c̶a̶n̶ ̶b̶e̶ is creative. We had seen its capabilities already in 2020. Using various ML models and approaches, you can (for example):
There are more and more models, solutions, and applications with ML/DL-powered generative force. It allows you to augment your abilities and skills, realize your visions and create your dreams with the help of various AI models and apps.
But there is more. Artificial Intelligence does not only provide multimedia support for your projects. There is an unleashed creative potential waiting for being recognized.
Atop the Eiffel Tower,
Two bodies intertwined in the shadows
Shut out all light and
Fado music, dark and mournful,
Drowns out the call of hope and peace.
The two lovers kiss
And for a moment, the world is still,
But then the whispers come,
And they hear the world,
And the two lovers turn from each other,
Sadly and bitterly,
Releasing each other from the illusion of love.
I took the photo above on a cold evening in March 2008, on Eiffel Tower’s Second Level (Southern Wing). I’ve seen these two lovers staring at each other, above the…