You may or may not know that I am utterly fascinated by AI art, like the image above. I think it’s amazing how things look almost right, and then when you look at them more closely, you can see they’re not right at all.
The AI images aren’t among the most popular prompts, but I just can’t help myself.
Using the image above as a prompt, write a 10 word story.
EXACTLY ten words.
Lean into the weirdness if you want. Or don’t. But I kind of am starting to believe the Robot Revolution will start from a big misunderstanding.
She shed her own wings, relinquishing power to the bird.
You probably know by now how fascinated I am by AI “art.” I think what intrigues me isn’t how it gets things right; it’s what it gets wrong. There’s something a little creepy about it, a little off.
Today’s prompt was inspired by the style of Edward Hopper and a machine imitating his views of people and human isolation really reveals the stark contrast between art and a computer generating an image.
While I wouldn’t hang it on a wall, it does offer a lot of interesting quirks to inspire a 10 word story which is why we’re all here! I assume.
ANYWAY, using the image above as a prompt, write a ten word story. EXACTLY ten words.
Feel free to focus on its, um, idiosyncrasies.
Ready? Here’s mine:
As her friends gathered, Jen readied the Tree Removal Ceremony.
Today’s ten word photo prompt, aka #ThursdayTen, is another collaboration with Dall-E, the AI drawing software. In this case, the style was that of a fairytale, and I think that it works.
I know there is a great deal of controversy about using AI art images, and I’m not sure what I think about it. I don’t think I’d use it to replace art that I’d need an artist to create, but that said I have some very inspirational images among all of the weirdness I got playing with it this month.
So who knows. It’s a tool that’s here and it’s staying and we have to figure out how it is used going forward.
But I digress.
Using the image above write a ten word story. EXACTLY ten words.
But you knew that.
Ready? Here’s mine:
The Widas Touch, he soon found, was deliciously wheat based.