Generative AI has truly made its mark, revolutionizing various domains, from the realm of digital art to content creation. Its impact has sparked a range of opinions, with some perceiving it as a potential threat to creators who earn their living through digital art and content.
On the other hand, many content creators embrace generative AI as a powerful tool that can simplify their creative process and open up new possibilities.
However, there's a catch—a crucial factor that determines whether generative AI will create exactly what you desire: the perfect prompt. The art of crafting this prompt is not as straightforward as one might assume. It holds the key to unlocking the full potential of generative AI, allowing it to generate the output you envision. But, here's the thing—it's trickier than you might think.
AI doesn’t work in every situation
Generative AI is a marvelous tool, but it doesn’t work in every situation - it falls short when it comes to subjective aspects, creativity, and unstructured situations.
When it comes to reviews, especially when reviewing online casinos, AI is not the ideal choice. While it can certainly evaluate and compare the dry facts, and numbers, it doesn’t have the ability to grasp the overall atmosphere of the gaming outlet, and won’t be able to evaluate subjective factors like user experience. This is why the top casino review websites in Australia will always rely on humans for reviews.
Similarly, AI is has not yet evolved enough to grasp the concept of creativity. Writers can infuse their work with compassion, emotion, and empathy, the “human touch” that not even the most advanced language model can’t handle - yet.
Finally, while AI is great at learning patterns and generate responses based on existing data, it is not yet ready to handle situations involving unexpected situations that require quick thinking and adaptability.
You have to know what you want
But there are more than enough situations in which AI will do just fine: serving as a tool for creating digital art and content, where humans come with creativity and adaptability (the “human touch”), and AI turns it into content. Besides, it is the perfect tool for automating content creation, product descriptions, and their likes, where it can work based on predefined prompts. As long as you know what you want.
What does a perfect prompt look like?
A tool is only as good as the hand using it. In this spirit, the end product of your collaboration will be as good as the prompt based on which it is generated. Here are some pointers on how to create a good one:
- Be as clear and specific as possible: Clearly communicate the goal or the desired output to the AI, making sure that the AI understands the task at hand.
- Provide context: Include any relevant information that will help the AI understand what you want from it.
- Provide examples: Include examples, samples of your desired output with the prompt, guiding the AI’s process toward your desired goal.
- Provide guidelines and set limitations: Tell the AI of any guidelines and limitations for the generated content, like word count, format, style, and tone.
- Refine and reiterate your prompt: if the outcome is not what you were looking for, don’t be shy to refine your prompt, and reiterate it. The AI will certainly not get annoyed (yet).
You can tell CrAIyon to generate “a scene from Victorian London with a man taking pictures with a modern DSLR camera”, and the result will be this:
But if you are more specific, provide context, mention a few examples, tell it the style to use, and try a few more times, you can get to scenes like this:
The potential of generative AI is huge, and with the perfect prompt, you can unlock its infinite creative power. While AI may not excel in every situation, it shines as a valuable tool in specific areas such as digital art and content creation, where humans can provide the creative spark while AI aids in transforming ideas into reality. By understanding the limitations of AI, we can leverage its strengths effectively.