The Future of AI in Design, Movies, and More: What's Next?💭

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This week, we're diving deep into the clash of AI titans, Midjourney and Dall-E 2, exploring AI's controversial role in cinema, unveiling Adobe's latest AI-powered tools, and gearing up for GPT-5's game-changing debut.

😇 What NOT to worry

  • Worrying if that weird looking creature from your Saturday-night horror flick could be real or not.

  • Your personal Adobe AI mistaking your brand colors for another.

😢 What TO worry

  • Your favorite AI outsmarting your in design duels.

  • Missing out on Chat GPT-5 this summer.

Image Generation

Clash of the AIs: Midjourney VS Dalle-E 2

Whether you want to generate "a picture of my dog standing on Mount Everest with ice skates on his feet", your next business logo, or just a graphic for your website, Midjourney and Dall-E 2 both step into the ring as the heavyweight contenders. But which one truly stands tall, delivering the most spot-on images from your prompts?

Jump into the duel of the decade to discover which AI titan not only talks the talk but also dreams up the dreamiest images.


There Were 3 Still AI Images in 'Late Night With the Devil' and Movie Fans Were Not Happy 

When the horror flick "Late Night With the Devil" stirred up a storm on X over its AI art inclusion, the Cairnes brothers, the masterminds behind the camera, stepped in to set the record straight.

Their creative choice? A mere trio of AI-crafted stills, intricately woven into the 1977 Halloween broadcast's fabric, barely glimpsed among the meticulously designed '70s visuals. With AI debates and ethical considerations raging across Hollywood, it's interesting to see how AI will integrate (and whether it will be received) into the movie scene from fans and creators.

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Graphic Design

Your Guide to Adobe Illustrator's New AI tools

If AI hasn't made its way into your graphic design toolkit yet, just give it a moment—it's definitely en route. As the design world increasingly embraces AI, integrating it directly into workflows, staying ahead means diving in to learn or risking being left behind in the dust.

Dive into this quick guide to master Adobe Illustrator's freshest generative AI features, including Text-to-Vector Graphics, Recolor, Mockup, and Retype.

Content Creation

Adobe Now Let’s You Train Your Own AI Models

Announced at Adobe Summit 2024, Adobe's Firefly Services and Custom Models promise to shave hours off creating, editing, and managing brand assets. Firefly offers over twenty APIs, services, and tools designed to streamline everything from localization to asset generation. Custom Models take it a step further, allowing organizations to train AI models with their own content for brand-specific magic. Imagine AI that not only gets your brand but can whip up personalized content at the drop of a hat.


Chat GPT-5 Could Be Keeping You Company This Summer

OpenAI's CEO, Sam Altman, hints at a "materially better" successor to GPT-4. This new LLM, believed to be GPT-5, has impressed testers and enterprise customers alike, including CEOs who've experienced demos of GPT bots tailored to their companies. An AI with sharper understanding and fewer oops moments? This upgrade could redefine our digital interactions yet again.

And that's your scoop for the week in the world of creative automation!

Stay tuned for more breakthroughs and insights as we step into the future👋

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