Descript: “For many creators, their first reaction to generative AI tools like ChatGPT and DALL-E is fear: fear that they’ll be replaced, or that human creativity will stop being valued. Those fears are valid, but there’s another way to frame this new AI-centered world we’re entering. That is, AI tools can free humans of creative blocks and mundane tasks so they can be more creative. In fact, there is a wide world of AI tools designed specifically to help specific kinds of creators free themselves from the tasks that slow them down and hamper their creativity. Are you a playwright who’s trying to come up with the next scene? Maybe a musician trying to mix up an overused chord progression? Or, ahem, a podcaster who needs to make a quick correction to something you already recorded? There are AI tools out there for you. Here’s a list of AI tools for creators. Note that, while we call it the “ultimate” list (partly to get you to click on it), it’s definitely not comprehensive; these tools are emerging and changing so fast it’s almost impossible to keep up. These are just the tools we’ve heard the most about, been the most curious about, and found the most useful so far. It should be plenty to get you started with AI, so dive in — and start putting the robots to work.
Another disclaimer: While different types of creators can certainly use tools outside of their wheelhouse — a podcaster generating AI music for an episode, for instance — it’s my view that when you can pay a fellow creative for their human work, you should. The result will almost always be better and more meaningful than AI can deliver.”
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