ChatGPT & Dall•E: Sell Your Creative Thinking with AI
What you'll learn
- Leverage AI’s Strengths: Break through creative blocks, tackle complex revisions to your existing work, and create quality content at scale, with ease
- Navigate AI's Risks & Limitations: Critically analyze AI-generated content, checking for plagiarism, bias, and quality issues like redundancies/inconsistencies
- Master Prompt Engineering Techniques: Learn how to craft clear prompts and provide feedback that leads to higher quality creative output
- Learn Key Legal Concepts: Understand ownership, authorship, trademark, copyright, and plagiarism as they relate to professional creative usage
- Address AI Bias: Learn how to recognize and correct it in your creative work
- Develop AI Guidelines: Clearly communicate best practices for your team
- Transparency: Learn the importance of transparency when using AI, and how to leverage it to champion your unique human perspective to clients
- Analyze Financial Impact: Evaluate the financial impact of integrating AI, from the cost of apps and subscriptions to the need for specialized resources
- Appreciate Generative AI as a Creative Tool: Learn how it can support and complement human creativity
- Strategically Identify Use Cases: Determine when to leverage your human perspective, and when to take advantage of AI’s strengths
- No experience needed
This course uses ChatGPT and Dall-E to explain the ins and outs of generative AI for professional creatives that plan to integrate these programs into their workflow. Since this course is geared towards creatives, we'll learn tips and tricks that lead to better quality creative output, but we’ll also dive into the ethical, legal and financial issues that you need to know when using these programs professionally.
By the end of this course, you'll know how to position your creative thinking as the true selling point for any client, and leverage AI's executional power to bring your ideas to life faster and easier than you ever thought possible.
We'll use ChatGPT and Dall-E to guide us, but this course applies to all large language models, so not only will you be ready to integrate these popular programs today, but you'll also be set for what's to come.
Introduction: We'll get acquainted with the basic terminology and concepts of generative AI
Understand how AI will never be able to replace creative thinking
Learn how to use ChatGPT and Dall-E to answer creative prompts
Discuss the historical context of technology and creativity, and how innovations in AI are just adding more tools to our toolbox
When (and When Not) to Use AI: We'll discuss how to identify great use cases for AI within the creative process, and go through the limitations of these programs to avoid problematic AI output
Explore AI's capabilities to make complex revisions to your work easier and more efficient
Use AI when experiencing a creative block to generate variations of your work, inspiring new ideas and directions to explore
Leverage AI for rapid content generation to create quality creative at scale
Examine how AI can adapt to different creative styles and brand voices, allowing you to work efficiently with multiple clients or projects
Identify and address potential issues such as copyright concerns, limitations in the training data, bias, and plagiarism, and learn strategies to mitigate these challenges
Prompt Engineering: We'll learn techniques to communicate with AI models so you get better quality creative output
Craft specific prompts that provide clear direction and result in more focused and relevant AI-generated content.
Develop the skill of adjusting and refining AI-generated content with iterative feedback to enhance creativity, originality, and alignment with your vision.
AI & Bias: We'll go through strategies to recognize and correct AI bias in your work
Understand the concept of bias and how it presents in AI output
Learn techniques to address and prevent it
Ask an Attorney: We'll meet with guest expert, IP and technology attorney Franklin Graves, to talk through key legal concepts as they relate to creatives using AI
Understand the ‘human authorship’ requirement for copyright protection, and the importance of keeping it top of mind throughout your process
Develop the ability to articulate a creative vision for AI-generated content, without infringing on other artists’ signature styles
Learn about creative ownership, trademark, plagiarism and copyright issues with AI-generated content
Transparency: We'll explain the importance of transparency with AI-generated content
Walk through examples of effective AI guidelines
Explain how to design AI guidelines that sell your creative thinking
Financial implications: We'll analyze the financial impact of integrating these programs into your business, from tangibles like the cost of apps and subscriptions, to less predictable factors like the potential devaluation of creative work
Sell Your Creative Thinking: We'll zoom out and see how all the pieces come together by examining the creative process as a whole and looking at a case study that shows how brilliantly AI can work for us.
While many people are saying that AI will threaten creative jobs, the truth is that real creative thinking has never been more important than it is now. This course will explain why, and show you how to use ChatGPT and Dall-E to champion your unique creative perspective and win business in the age of AI. Let's get started!
Who this course is for:
- Creative professionals interested in integrating AI into their processes
AI Daily is a collective of creatives and technologists with a passion for teaching responsible use of artificial intelligence. Our experts bring over a decade of professional experience at top tech companies and creative agencies, ready to guide learners of all levels through the latest advances in AI technology and show them how to easily integrate AI into their daily workflow. Our courses include high-level guidance to help people navigate complex ethical and conceptual subjects as well as technical tutorials, tips and tricks. We specialize in generative AI for creative usage, including ChatGPT, Dall•E 2, and Midjourney.
Hannah is a multidisciplinary creative director based in Los Angeles, CA. She has been fortunate enough to work with some of the top brands in the world in tech, entertainment and CPG including Amazon, Meta, Microsoft, Disney, Motortrend, NBC Universal, FOX Networks, Western Digital, Stanley Black & Decker, Nature's Bakery, and Tullamore Dew. Her expertise is in branding, advertising and packaging. Inspired by recent innovations in artificial intelligence, she founded AI Daily as a way to help bridge the gap between creativity and technology. AI Daily's mission is to empower creative professionals with guidance to integrate AI into their daily workflow.