Fantastic article!

I've been thinking about this a lot lately, my experience with Midjourney so far has shown me that while results can be stunning, AIs trained on images cannot really understand or imagine and that severely limits what can be produced with them. I have similar experiences with ChatGPT and GitHub Copilot - both as an author and as a software developer - and in both cases I'm extremely excited by the potential for these tools to level the playing field and bring others in to creative endeavors.

These tools are not a replacement for human efforts, they're a force multiplier!

In my opinion, the more we're able to produce using these tools and the higher the quality we're capable of, the more time and energy we can devote to the really exciting projects.

Adam Fisher / fisher king (@therightstuff)

Software developer and writer of words, currently producing a graphic novel adaptation of Shakespeare's Sonnets! See http://therightstuff.bio.link for details.