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Digital Humanities at Georgia Southern

AI Programs

This is a list software that uses the extremely rapid advancement of Artificial Intelligence for content creation, education, research, experimentation and development.



Adobe Speech Enhancement: "Speech Enhancement makes voice recordings sound as if they were recorded in a professional studio."

Brandmark: Automatically creates logos based on what you tell it your company is about. Works super fast and is extremely easy to use.

ChatGPT: ChatGPT is an extremely useful language model developed by OpenAI, based on the advanced GPT-3.5 architecture. It excels in natural language processing tasks, including text generation and translation. 

Dall·E 2: Another advanced image generator. DALL·E can work inside the browser without discord and can even use AI to extend the edges of an image you input.

Google Bard: Another very useful language model based on LaMDA. This is basically a competitor of OpenAI and their ChatGPT that is just as easy to use.

Grammarly: Reads what you have typed and can basically be an extremely advanced grammar checker

LALAL.AI: Extract vocal, accompaniment and various instruments from any audio or video.

Magic Eraser: Upload a photo to the tool and you can remove things from the picture within seconds.

Midjourney: Can use an input from the user to create extremely detailed images. You need a Discord account to have access to Midjourney.

Riffusion: Uses an input from the user to roughly make real time music. It is mostly just an experiment and generates slowly due to their slow servers.


Projects and Examples:

AI in Bing: Uses Artificial Intelligence to answer your searches in an extremely more advanced manner. It has features of some of the things listed above implemented like image generation and a language model for writing.

Artificial Aesthetics: Analyzes the current development of AI and its impact on creative fields, and the concepts we use to understand visual culture, art, and media.

Freethink*: The biggest AI breakthroughs of 2022.

Midjourney Magazine: A monthly magazine to showcase the diverse creativity of the Midjourney community.

Unsupervised: Unsupervised is part of Machine Hallucinations, Refik Anadol Studio’s ongoing project exploring data aesthetics based on collective visual memories.