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🎙 Daily Podcast Episode: There are so many great image generators. But which is best for you? We’re taking a look at a few and breaking them down. Give it a listen.
🕵️♂️ Fresh Finds: An AI interviewer that conducts live and conversational interviews, ChatGPT vs humans: phishing faceoff, and flaws in GPT-4V. Read on for Fresh Finds.
🗞 Byte Sized Daily AI News: Midjourney’s new website and updates, US creates regional tech hubs, and why EU’s AI Act may not pass until 2024. For that and more, read on for Byte Sized News.
🚀 AI In 5: AI is capable of helping us in all parts of our life. So why not use it to help design your dream home! See how here
🧠 Learn & Leveraging AI: Looking to get into AI image generation but don’t know where to start? Don’t worry. We’re breaking down the basics for you. Keep reading for that!
↩️ Don’t miss out: Did you miss our last newsletter? We talked about AI's impact on venture capital, Apple’s plans to spend $1B on AI, and reviewing an all in one AI content tool. Check it here!
AI Image Generators -
The Good, The Bad, and The Awesome 🖼
There are so many amazing and powerful AI image generators.
From industry leaders like Midjourney and DALL-E to newer image generators getting released every week.
So which one is right for you?
Leonard Rodman, ChatGPT and Midjourney Consultant at Rodman.ai, joins us to go over the good, bad, and awesome image generators and how to prompt them to get what you're looking for.
Also on the pod today:
• Good beginner AI image generator 📸
• Recognizing AI-generated photos 👀
• How to prompt AI image generators 🗣
It’ll be worth your 41 minutes:
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1. Midjourney's New Website and Major Updates 🌐
Midjourney is not just refreshing its website; it's prepping for a significant update that'll bring its AI image generator off of Discord and on to its site. The move looks to enhance user experience and pave the way for new features coming soon.
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3. Biden Administration Creates Regional Tech Hubs 🇺🇸
The US is looking to become the industry leading country in tech with the Biden administration's plan to establish regional tech hubs nationwide. This strategic move includes 32 states and aims to ignite innovation and stimulate job creation, spreading technological advancements and economic growth across the country.
4. EU’s AI Act May Not Pass Until 2024 🇪🇺
The EU's ambitious AI Act is hanging in the balance, with the clock ticking down and consensus still out of reach. The primary sticking point? How to effectively regulate AI foundation models. With only two meetings left in 2023, the pressure is mounting, and the possibility of getting the act over the finish line this year is looking increasingly slim.
5. US Senate's 2nd AI Insight Forum 🤖
The US Senate's 2nd Al Insight Forum has over 20 tech titans, including Marc Andreessen, ready to delve into Al's future landscape. This meeting of the minds will tackle critical discussions on Al's trajectory, its societal implications, and the policies that will guide its evolution.
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🤷♂️ What’s Going On and Why It Matters:
There’s so many AI image generators, and they all have their pros and cons.
To be honest, it can feel like learning a new language.
That’s why we tapped into the insights of Leonard Rodman, the Founder of Rodman AI. (Side note, if you care about AI image generators, then Leonard is a must-follow on LinkedIn)
To help us see through the foggy landscape of AI image generators, we asked Leonard to tell us The Good, The Bad and The Awesome of AI image generators.
More than just the Xs and Os of generating images.
Actually, we talked about the future of imagery in marketing and advertising, and how it may impact us all.
Some other key findings from today’s episode?
Belief that anyone, regardless of expertise, can eventually recognize AI-generated images
AI-powered image generation is going to change storytelling for companies
Safety and fair usage of generated images for commercial purposes
Suggestion to use the same prompt in different image generators, including MidJourney
Goal of providing keywords for effective prompting and generating images
Finding that AI-generated venture capital pitches receive 50% more funding
AI's capacity to generate images that suit storytelling needs, eliminating the need for separate searches
Yeah, today’s show was chock-full of useful insights on getting the most out of AI image generators.
Go listen to this one, and then let’s break it down and talk about when and why each AI tool should be used.
🦾How You Can Leverage:
Sneeze and you might miss the latest AI image generator.
Almost every day, a new AI image generator hits the market. Some make but a small ripple, while others make large waves.
So how can you learn to traverse these choppy AI waters?
If you’ve got dozens of hours to burn — jump on in. Water’s fine. If you wanna get straight to the point, Leonard Rodman is your swim instructor. In today’s episode, Leonard painted us a picture of The Good, The Bad and The Awesome of AI Image Generators.
Since Leonard already gave us a first-class breakdown of the pros and cons of so many image generators, we’re giving you the practical 1-2-3 on when to put each AI image generator to use.
Let’s get straight to it, and dive even deeper.
Oh, you’re new here? Don’t know where to start? Gotchyu. Our favorite for beginners? Bing Image Creator. Right now, Bing’s Image Creator is probably the easiest to use, free option. Better yet? It’s powered by DALLE-3, the new AI image generator from OpenAI.
We already gave Bing’s Image Creator a spin when it was first released. Go check that out, and leave us a comment there on what you think!
2 – Best for text and logos ✍️
One of the earliest knocks on AI? (Aside from having three feet or a hand with 7 fingers.)
While early AI image generators struggled with text inside images and for logos, some new entrants have improved quite a bit. Leonard mentioned that for text and logos, we’d recommend giving DALLE-3 inside ChatGPT a spin, as well as Ideogram.
3 – Best for advanced users️ 🧑🎨️
Not your first AI rodeo? Got it. If you’re ready to up your AI image generating game, let’s talk Big Leagues. In ‘The Awesome’ segment of our The Good, The Bad and The Awesome, Leonard talked about Midjourney and Leonardo AI being best for those really looking to push their creativity.
But if you really wanna go Big League, go check out some of Leonard’s free guides on Rodman AI.
Now This …
What have you used AI image generators for? And if you haven’t yet, why not?
Hit us with a reply and let us know!