In 1955, the term “AI” was used for the first time. Around 60 years later, the European Union established guidelines for dealing with AI. From healthcare, advertising, finance, and retail and customer service, Artificial Intelligence is present in our daily lives even though we may not realize it. Many people can’t resist the opportunities it has to offer. As the years go by and AI undergoes further changes, it turns out it has become more accessible than ever before. Let’s say you’re a graphic designer and you want to work on your mini pc with the assistance of AI. Sounds too good to be true? Not any more!
AI is the designer’s virtual assistant. It allows you to focus on your creative tasks and does the legwork for you. It helps with data collection, which is always time-consuming to humans, or with tedious tasks like image cropping or color correction. What’s more, AI is unbeatable when it comes to analyzing user behavior and preferences. It identifies patterns, designs, and platforms that users like to spend their time on, helping you create consistent, user-friendly content, as well as a personalized user experience. Additionally, AI can make your job so much easier and give you a boost of creativity! After it recognizes a pattern, it can create multiple variants of your design, helping you with color combinations. You’ll be able to make decisions faster, having all the options laid out in front of you. You can quickly eliminate those that don’t fit, as well as merge and create new and unique designs.
Even though we can’t assess the capability and consequences of AI and its use, it’s still unlikely that AI will replace human graphic designers. Despite the fact that it can help tremendously with our workload, AI can’t beat our creativity.