Learning Prompts and AI-Related Materials: An Overview
AI-generated art platforms have taken us by storm!
Yet, the question is, "How do we use it?" The descriptions or ideas used as AI prompts are what allow the models to come up with original content. OpenAI's big-language model DALL-E is a well-known example of an AI model that can be used with prompts because it can turn verbal descriptions into pictures.
There are several resources online to help you learn more about AI prompts and how to implement AI into creative projects. You have five choices to consider; here they are:
Examples of DALL-E outputs, information on how the system operates, and technical specifications may all be found on the official DALL-E website (https://dall-e.openai/). The site also explains how to submit your own prompts for generation via the DALL-E API.
Access AI models, such as DALL-E, via using the OpenAI API; details on how to do so may be found in the OpenAI API documentation (https://beta.openai.com/docs/api-overview/overview). To help you get started with the API in your own projects, the documentation provides numerous examples and code snippets.
If you’re interested in learning more about advancements in AI, check out the OpenAI blog (https://openai.com/blog/). The blog is written by OpenAI researchers, and it also has news and updates about the company's ongoing projects and initiatives.
If you’re into putting AI to artistic use, you should check out the folks over at the Creative AI subreddit (https://www.reddit.com/r/Creative AI/). This subreddit has discussions about how AI can be used creatively, as well as a wide range of creative prompts and examples made by AI.
Anyone who wants to learn more about how AI can be used to make art can find a lot of tutorials and courses online. A good place to start learning about how AI and machine learning can be used in creative work is the “Introduction to AI for Creative Applications” course on Coursera (https://www.coursera.org/lecture/ai-for-creative-applications/overview-QfdDf). On the TensorFlow website, the "Creating Art with Neural Networks" tutorial (https://www.tensorflow.org/tutorials/generative art) is another way to learn how to use TensorFlow to make art.
All developers, from novices to veterans, can benefit from these guides to artificial intelligence (AI) prompts and the use of AI in the creative process.