Prompt: a colorful silhouette of a snorkeler, illustration, in shallow water, breathing through his snorkel Prompt: a colorful silhouette of a snorkeler, illustration, in shallow water, breathing through his snorkel Prompt: a colorful silhouette of a scuba diver, illustration, deep under water Prompt: a colorful silhouette of a scuba diver, illustration, deep under water Prompt: illustration utilizable for website, digital marketing, illustration, colorful, white background Prompt: Robot typing on a futuristic computer, Surreal, Chaos 99, bright, vivid, well lit Prompt: Robot typing on a futuristic computer, Surreal, Chaos 99, bright, vivid, well lit Prompt:Robotic Journalism, mix Surreal and Chaos 99, bright, vivid, well lit, — V 1 Prompt: Robotic Journalism, mix Surreal and Chaos 99, bright, vivid, well lit A sub stack…Prompt: a stack of submarines 10 high in various artistic styles, from cartoon, to photorealistic, to illustration, vector and so on RIP, Prompt: caricature of Jeff Beck in concert , full body, exaggerated features meant to satirize the subject , funny, in the style of Norman Rockwell, colorful watercolor sketch, white background --q 2 --v 4 Prompt: busy New York City downtown street in the evening. People shopping, eating, talking, neuromancer style, photorealistic
Above are a few of the pictures I prompted the Midjourney AI Bot to create for me.
You can try it out yourself here: https://docs.midjourney.com/docs/quick-start
If you have a request, and want to use a unique piece of artwork for your newsletter, just give me a “Prompt“ of what you’d like! email to email@example.com
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Prompt engineering is a thing. There are courses that teach this new field. Programs like OpenAI’s DALL-E 2 , ChatGPT, Midjourney, Stable Diffusion, Lexica…, require prompt inputs to perform their tasks (art, code, text, etc). If you’d like to learn more about prompts, and how to use them, here are a few resources:
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I'm pretty sure that it will send to all my subscribers, if there is no subscribe button on the article page. Thank you Mitchell!
I was pleased to see that "prompt engineering" is a thing! From several of your previous wonderfully expansive posts about AI (and picture creating), I've been frustrated by how one is limited by just how creative their original reply/request/order (prompt) for the AI to DO something!
In other (hopefully clearer) words, knowing how far (and creatively deep) one can be in their description to make full, productive use of the ultimate AI output. In first attempts at this, I'd struggle with finding words beyond "make a bunny" (only a slight exaggeration) that would also be genuinely helpful to the AI process in spitting out something worthwhile. Also, which words in my 2-dozen word prompt could've been excised without appreciably affecting the outcome?
Whether it's "what you're supposed to do" or not, I've struggled with how best to communicate with AI...I've always been motivated to improve my communication with fellow humans....now, I'm tasked with honing and whittling my speech so a machine can grok me? Oy vey.
All these are rhetorical questions, Paul, but they give you an idea of what one person (namely me) might struggle with in making room for clear communication beyond the human interaction! Plus, it can't help that I'll be 68 next month!! Always mind-expanding, your posts, and I thank you for that!