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Creative Prototyping with Generative AI

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This chapter details some use cases to demonstrate pragmatic uses of generative AI and how its use is supporting the creative process for different types of guest creatives. The real-world use cases have been implemented with subscription-based generative AI sites, tools that are in beta, and open source APIs (Application Programming Interfaces). The chapter will also reveal that using multiple machine learning models to layer AI-generated content, in combination with your own original vision, concept, and artistry, can fuel accelerated prototypical workflows. The workflows presented point the way for you to take advantage of the strengths of multiple machine learning models and combine their generated content in new and innovative ways. The use cases affirm what has been repeated throughout the other chapters:

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Parra Pennefather, P. (2023). Use Cases. In: Creative Prototyping with Generative AI. Design Thinking. Apress, Berkeley, CA.

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