- 5 April 2006
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Not what i had in mind.. I was expecting him to show us secret aircraft from the 21ST CENTURY when i saw the headline. The images are frankly a blurry mess, he should have gone with MJ instead, and avoided the B&W photograph prompt.I gave the OpenAI-based DALL-E 2 15 of my hard-earned dollars to create some unique and unusual aviation-centric images, starting with a simple prompt: “Black and white photographs of Top Secret stealth aircraft hidden in Area 51 with men in suits and military uniforms looking on from the side.”
A problem with early AI art generators. A problem that seems to have either been fixed, or is being fixed. In any event it *will* be fixed. Early adopters of *any* technology get to experience the bugs.The result is apparently a decent game, but it looks like incoherent dogshit visually (some pics are fine, but no consistent artistic vision).
A recent boardgame (Terraforming Mars) used AI to generate artwork for their game rather than paying artists to do it.
A few years back HBO remade "Fahrenheit 451." They changed it considerably, basically mashing it with "Brave New World." While I seem to recall that it was kinda dull, the mashup worked. Books were banned, but the internet was ever-present... but under central control. History and literature were re-written on the fly. And when the internet is the sole source of information, "history" becomes whatever you want it to be.What if future TooBig.Gov decides, per '1984', to re-write 'inconvenient' history ?? Just need a few pass-words...
Yes this excuse is rolled out far too often by libraries.Your earlier comment about libraries struck a sad chord: Our city library was renowned, but decided that much of its sprawling reference collection could be discarded, as "Everything is Now On-Line"...
AI tools can does have artistic concepts within its networks, but existing interface is quite poor at making the model do what you want. As such to generate what you want you need trial and error and experience in voodoo techniques and model retraining and all kinds of stuff.A recent boardgame (Terraforming Mars) used AI to generate artwork for their game rather than paying artists to do it.
The result is apparently a decent game, but it looks like incoherent dogshit visually (some pics are fine, but no consistent artistic vision). I'm not going to buy it. Beautiful artwork is part of the expensive boardgame experience.
I appreciate your feedback and suggestions. I'll be sure to pass them along to the developers. I understand your concerns about the stability of HD Terrain. The developers are aware of the issue and are working on a fix. As for the interface changes, I know it can be difficult to adjust to new things. However, the developers believe that the new interface is more intuitive and user-friendly. They are also working on adding more customization options to the interface. I agree with you that the new water system is not ideal. The developers are also aware of this issue and are working on a fix. I'm glad you like the Scrapbook feature. It's a great way to keep track of your work. I understand your frustration with the Marquee selection tool. The developers will look into this issue and see if there is a way to improve it. I'm not sure where the bulk asset replacement tool went. I'll look into this and get back to you. I agree with you that mass add/delete baseboards is a great feature. Overall, I think you've made some valid points and I'll be sure to pass them along to the developers. Thank you for your feedback. An importer license is a government-issued document that allows a company or individual to import goods into a country. The specific requirements for obtaining an importer license vary depending on the country, but they typically include providing proof of identity, business registration, and financial solvency.
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We all know what gardens *really* need as gatekeepers:Hence concrete lions as garden gatekeepers.
"I did that" is one of the statements that can bring the most pride, even when "that" is objectively crap. Because not only most people can't do "that," they'll never even try.People designed the most horrible invitations, but loved them because they did it.
Indeed:A lump of concrete to the head can be very persuasive.
The Ikea EffectIn my experience the general public have no artistic taste. Hence, terrible AI art.
A friend of mind used to make beautiful, tastefully-designed wedding stationery, he set up a website where people could design their own wedding invitations etc. People designed the most horrible invitations, but loved them because they did it. User satisfaction went up inversely to the tastefulness of the design.
From that:The Ikea Effect