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I don't have any brilliant things to add today (most of those tend to go over at AI Jest), but I would add that image generation is really fun now. It used to be amazing, but also kind of frustrating. I think we're still in the "fun but frustrating" camp today, but sliding more and more toward getting something useful and beautiful with less additional prompting and editing.

If you have a lot of text you want to break up with images, you can also ask for suggestions, and GPT4 is really good at giving them now.

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Great article. We stumbled on getting LLMs to create images prompts for us when we were trying to automate a pipeline of work. We then 'illustrated' this idea of Chaining Tool AI prompts together in a project on visualizing dad jokes - for an example see https://open.substack.com/pub/thetaonpi/p/spaghetti-images?r=2unyem&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web

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Jan 19Liked by Daniel Nest

You're a mind reader Daniel. I'm about to dive back in to Gen AI, and your article is pretty much exactly what I was about to search for. Looks like ChatGPT Pro is up next for me.

Well done, thanks!

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Wow, this was really useful. I’m pretty much against using AI images for now, they seem very lifeless to me still, but I’m open to changing my mind. I loved the thumbnail, by the way. Really unique and interesting.

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Jan 18Liked by Daniel Nest

Thanks Daniel ! Have you tried real-time image/text/camera to image AI Kreai.ai ? Really fascinating!

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AI Challenge: use this process to recreate the Cronenberg dog from Midjourney V1 (without remixing the original image).

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