I already hate this first generation of pseudo-AI. Here’s why.

This year has seen the release of “AI” tools to the general public, and these have already become the new buzzword. BUT AI tools could destroy several trades in the space of a few years, without bringing anything significant, but only disruption.

Giovanni Minelli
Predict

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Initial release, article 1.0

The era of the AI usable by the end user began this autumn, more precisely around November 30, 2022, when the first ChatGPT prototype was launched at openai.com

After Chat GPT — a text/speech tool — over the winter there has been a wave of launches of other AI tools that have been in the pipeline for some time, such as Midjourney, a tool that takes care of creating images from scratch, and merge existing images.

Also came:

  • Dall-E (again from Open AI)
  • Jasper
  • ContentBot.ai (Hemingway app)
  • Google Bard (immediately retired?)
  • and so on…

Again, these tools had been in the works (and testing) for a few years.
They would come, it was just a matter of finding the momentum.
And the momentum, having finally passed the problem of the Covid…

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Giovanni Minelli
Predict

Art director & Designer. Writing about Apple, alternative OS, marketing and photography • www.minodesign.it