Would you want to see yourself in a Spiderman suit without actually squeezing into one? Or maybe you’d like to morph your favourite celebrity or a businessman with a comic book character? Or going a bit darker, Tim Burton’s style on your basset hound dog?
What about getting some cute looking ideas for that book you always wanted to write for your children?
Oh, and when the opposition is getting on your nerves, wouldn’t you want to parody your disliked politician by making him resemble a monkey, with its shiny ass (without insulting those incredibly smart animals, of course).
Or maybe you need some inspiration for that sick guitar with a dragon carved on it?
Human creativity is limitless, and so is #AI‘s.
No wonder, since we showed AI almost all what we’ve created and placed it online, so it could learn to mix and match concepts with an incredible speed.
These are some of thousands if not hundred of thousands people’s prompts, that are popping out daily on #midjourney’s discord channels.
Each day I visit, it’s becoming harder and harder to keep up with threads of generated content, and then I remind myself, that it’s still niche. Not so much of general public knows of #Discord and has used it. We’re still in a very early adoption, but the incredible results we can already get, means that more and more people will get on board soon.
Everything realistic and not so, can now be morphed together.
Still curious about that Superman photo of yourself? Just upload your picture and prompt AI with the command “me as a Spider-Man” and you’ll get the result a matter of seconds.
No longer I need to buy stock photos. I can now pay for the Midjourney credits and have a unique, personalised content generated.
The tricky part? The non-regulated copyright aspect of it means that many people freely copy other people’s generated images that are flooding on the thread. (Oops, I also did that with the above examples).
Would you want to have your photo in a shiny superhero suit circulating online, even if it’s a #deepfake?