Generating is also an art. Google created an educational game for image creators using AI
December 29, 00:37 Share:
The new game Say What You See teaches you how to use image generators (Photo: Screenshot of the game Say What You See)
Google Arts & Culture has released a game, Say What You See, that teaches users how to correctly formulate text clues that can be used by artificial intelligence generators to create images as accurately as possible.
The left-handed screen shows images created by artificial intelligence. And on the right is a window for writing text, where you need to write a hint, with the help of which the AI would generate an almost identical image. The prompt must contain up to 120 characters.
At the first level of Say What You See, users need to achieve a result of 50% compliance, at the second level — 60% and so on. At each level, the player is given only three attempts. During the game, the user is taught to provide more detailed hints, specifying for the AI, for example, what shapes, textures or materials should be used. For players from Ukraine, this game will also be a great lesson in English, since the hints must be written in that language.
You can also play Say What You See on a mobile device — through the Arts & Culture application ( section «Recreate», «Experiments — Art and AI»).
Skills honed through the game can be applied to a range of image generators, from Cocreator in Paint for Windows 11 to Stability AI's super-fast AI synthesis model.
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