Learn about the new ML/AI tools for synthetic media creation.
👉 A set of cards for brainstorming 🃏 (or collectibles? 🤔) that represent the most used AI models for creative purposes and synthetic media creation, carefully selected and sorted for you into 7 categories (plus one special hybrid category that reflects last year's trend of multimodal training). The clear visual resolution and playing card format make it easy to navigate the available AI tools and conceptually incorporate them into your creative workflow in minutes. The cards also have sentimental value, as models change rapidly and new ones replace old ones - so each deck update naturally generates collectible cards that have become symbols of the times and true gems.*
Use the cards to get an overview of what is currently possible in the field of AI-driven media synthesis, brainstorm and prototype new applications for synthetic media and new creative workflows.
The deck currently consists of 44 brainstorming cards that represent carefully selected useful AI models. This version also includes 5 blank cards as a free bonus, which can be used either for brainstorming sessions during workshops to speculate about other AI tools, or simply to add the latest neural networks marvels to keep your deck up to date.
50 cards, 90 x 140 mm, 300 g/m2 paper
The cards are divided into 8 categories: image synthesis, video synthesis, audio synthesis, text-based models, recognition, post-processing models, workflow, and a new hybrid image synthesis/ post-processing category.
*Obsolete cards can be ordered separately.
Lenka Hamosova is a designer, researcher, and visual artist based in Prague, Czech Republic. She is researching synthetic media and their use in audiovisual production within the doctoral study at Film and TV School of Academy of Performing Arts in Prague - FAMU. As the initiator of the educational project Collective Vision of Synthetic Reality (http://syntheticreality.hamosova.com), she spreads awareness of available AI models and opens a discussion on the future use of artificial intelligence through interdisciplinary workshops.