A Google search leads to dozens of them. I’ve even used a couple (Firefly and Night Cafe) with good results on paid jobs, but only for a very few things where it was appropriate.
I also wouldn’t exclude the chat AI sites, such as Bard or ChatGPT. They don’t design anything, but depending on the situation, they’re great for research and optimizing blurbs of text, which are often an important part of the design process for me.
My favourite ai tool has to be Khroma. Its a color palette generator that u can teach your color preferences to. I find it super useful for color inspiration. It even has multiple ways to view a pair of colours, or it can generate you a 4 colour palette.
I looked at Khroma, and I’m not quite sure how it would be useful. Graphic designers typically choose whatever colors are most appropriate for the job. They don’t normally choose them from a palette of personal favorites. What am I missing?
I get what you mean, but I checked it just now and it seems that choosing your favorite colors is not the main service. It does allow you to choose how biased the results will be to your liking, but it mainly allow you to search for the colors you want by name or code and it gives you different display options including type, gradients, and image. It might have some other tools, I didn’t explore it much yet.
Chat GPT 3.5
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You’ve already tried cool ones like Chat GPT 3.5 and DALL-E Now consider Open AI Codex for coding help Google’s BERT for text understanding and Hugging Face Transformers for diverse language tasks. Tensor Flow and PyTorch are solid frameworks IBM Watson covers various industries and Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services handles vision and speech. For bio stuff DeepMind’s Alpha Fold predicts protein structures.