Three free artificial intelligences that do incredible things

One of the topics that gave the most talk during 2022 was the development of artificial intelligence. His achievements have been remarkable in recent times: from creating songs that could have been signed by the Beatles or the Beach Boys to generating illustrated portraits of people who shared a selection of their own profile photos with the app.
Other artificial intelligences, for example, can design the scenarios or images that are requested of them. Social networks are the place where these models have been seen a lot: famous people in unreal situations, futuristic prototypes and apocalyptic cities were popular.
What the following three artificial intelligences are capable of, which can be accessed by anyone at no cost, sheds a little light on the scope of this topic in the coming years.
Crayon
Very much in line with the artificial intelligences mentioned at the beginning of this text, Craiyon is a generator of images from text. You only need to enter their website (craiyon.com) and write in English, in the text field, the image you want to create. It is an accessible, agile and fun tool, both for those with more artistic intentions and for those who just want to create absurd images.
If the desired image is not obtained, the order must be written in another way (with different words or greater precision). It is important to note that, even if two people use the same words to request an image, the platform will never create a model that is identical to another.
These are two designs that artificial intelligence created from a couple of orders inspired by a famous character from the world of animation: “A Pikachu that seems like a pug dog” and “Pikachu painting with the style of Van Gogh”.
Open AI
To use this artificial intelligence you need to register first. Although the platform is in English, OpenAI understands the instructions in Spanish very well. The website (chat.openai.com) has an intuitive design, so its use should not cause complications.
Asking the artificial intelligence the origin of its name, it replies that it comes from “an artificial intelligence research organization based in San Francisco, California. It was founded in 2015 by Elon Musk, Sam Altman, Greg Brockman, Ilya Sutskever, Wojciech Zaremba and John Schulman with the goal of developing and promoting AI technologies in an ethical and responsible manner.”
The interesting thing about OpenAI is in the results it returns when commands are given. For example, to the request: “Write a vampire story imitating the prose of Gabriel García Márquez”, artificial intelligence made, in a short period of time, the following text:
“Night was falling over the city as the vampires emerged from their hiding places. It was a dark and stormy night, with lightning lighting up the sky and the wind blowing hard. The vampires walked with grace and grace, as if they were dancing with the storm.
They were ancient beings, with a cold and terrifying beauty at the same time. Their eyes glowed with an inner fire, a fire that consumed their souls and kept them young and powerful. Each one of them carried with them a story, a story of love, hate, evil and sacrifice.
One of them stopped in front of an old house, with the shutters drawn and the windows illuminated by a dim light. It was the home of his lover, the woman he had loved for centuries. The woman who had turned him into a vampire.
The door opened and she appeared, with her beauty intact and her gaze full of mystery. She greeted him with a smile and invited him inside. He accepted and followed her, knowing that tonight she would be special.
Together they walked through the rooms of the house, talking about things old and new, about their lives and their dreams. The night flew by, and soon it was dawn. The vampire said goodbye to her beloved, promising to see her again soon.
And that’s how vampires lived, in an eternal night of love and loneliness, in a world full of mystery and danger, but also full of beauty and passion.”
It is clear that even for an artificial intelligence to imitate the style of another writer is a difficult task, but we must not ignore how impressive it is to see a computer that creates a story with structure and coherence and imitates what are considered the characteristics of the prose of an author.
Bach’s doodle
To celebrate the birthday of JS Bach, on March 21, 2019, Google launched a doodle in which users could place notes on a score and an artificial intelligence studied them to generate a piece with a structure similar to those of Bach.
Although it is a simple doodle that will make many think that it has something of a video game, the truth is that most of the artificial intelligences that generate songs are dedicated to professional musicians or have a cost.
This artificial intelligence, one of the simplest and most accessible of its kind, can be used at: google.com/doodles/celebrating-johann-sebastian-bach

Three free artificial intelligences that do incredible things