AI-Powered Creativity Tools Are Now Easier Than Ever For Anyone to Use

On the Runway ML hub, users can change text into images and doodles to landscapes

Four versions of an Adweek office photo using a Runway ML tool that creates the look of famous artists, like Vincent van Gogh, Edvard Munch and Pablo Picasso
One of the tools renders photos in the style of various famous artists, like Vincent van Gogh (top-right), Edvard Munch (bottom-right) and Pablo Picasso (bottom-left). Adweek

As machine-learning advances are giving rise to a vibrant artificial-intelligence-generated art scene, developers have begun to create versions of these tools easy enough for even the most code-challenged creatives to use.

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@patrickkulp patrick.kulp@adweek.com Patrick Kulp is an emerging tech reporter at Adweek.
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