41 min

AI Education and the Creator Economy AI For Creatives

    • Technology

AI for Creatives is a podcast by Creatives for Creatives connecting art, innovation, and humanity.
Segment 1: Kamilah and Nova jump right into new tools for AI in the news. Nova mentions Claude 2 and how it’s being employed and what it does and compares it to ChatGPT. They also talk about ClipDrop – an alternative to Midjourney.
Segment 2: Nova and Kamilah step back to talk about what they’ve been doing recently. Kamilah shares that she’s picked up an old idea she had for a tech platform for connecting creatives together. She also talks about how the new tech coming out is opening the way to making old ideas that seemed impossible becoming possible. Nova agrees and expands on this. Nova goes on to talk about her most recent trip to London to film a course while teaching online and nontraditional educational platforms coming forward. Nova goes on to talk about an AI course she’s putting together.
Segment 3: Nova shares some statistics about how AI will change employment and the 97 million jobs expected to be created. Nova talks about a conversation she had with a High School teacher about AI tools and using them well versus using them to skirt the system. Kamilah talks about how her 11-year-old daughter is using some of the AI tools for school – albeit sneakily. But Nova points out that shows how it can’t be ignored.
Segment 4: Nova shifts the conversation to the creator economy. Nova asks who is teaching the creatives to take their creations and make more via that. She compares the creator economy to the gig economy. Kamilah thinks the whole education system is shifting – and will need to. Kamilah talks about how creators might have less need for a formal college education going forward with the many new options available.
Segment 5: Nova talks about where a search for AI education goes on Google. Traditional institutions, however, don’t appear to be taking it all that far, mostly abbreviated courses. Nova talks about alternatives she found. Where do creatives go to learn the new AI tools and more? Where do you even start? Kamilah talks about tech boot camps she sees coming up. Kamilah also talks about staying relevant with any job you have.
Segment 6: Is there a problem in your job that you’d like to find a solution for? Nova suggests there might be an AI tool to improve on this. Nova suggests it as a form of upskilling. Nova runs down boot camps that she and Kamilah came across. They mention For Geeks Academy, Bloom Institute of Technology, Brain Station, Cognitia, Great Learning, and more. Nova talks about how skills like using MS Word was an evolution of typing skills.
Conclusion: AI is a tool that’s here to stay. How it can be used needs to be taught and explored In numerous different ways. Nova and Kamilah explore how AI tools can be astounding collaborators.
 
AI
Generative AI
AI for Creatives
Crypto for Creatives
Claude 2
ChatGPT
ClipDrop
Education
Learning
Web3
Coding
Pink Kangaru

AI for Creatives is a podcast by Creatives for Creatives connecting art, innovation, and humanity.
Segment 1: Kamilah and Nova jump right into new tools for AI in the news. Nova mentions Claude 2 and how it’s being employed and what it does and compares it to ChatGPT. They also talk about ClipDrop – an alternative to Midjourney.
Segment 2: Nova and Kamilah step back to talk about what they’ve been doing recently. Kamilah shares that she’s picked up an old idea she had for a tech platform for connecting creatives together. She also talks about how the new tech coming out is opening the way to making old ideas that seemed impossible becoming possible. Nova agrees and expands on this. Nova goes on to talk about her most recent trip to London to film a course while teaching online and nontraditional educational platforms coming forward. Nova goes on to talk about an AI course she’s putting together.
Segment 3: Nova shares some statistics about how AI will change employment and the 97 million jobs expected to be created. Nova talks about a conversation she had with a High School teacher about AI tools and using them well versus using them to skirt the system. Kamilah talks about how her 11-year-old daughter is using some of the AI tools for school – albeit sneakily. But Nova points out that shows how it can’t be ignored.
Segment 4: Nova shifts the conversation to the creator economy. Nova asks who is teaching the creatives to take their creations and make more via that. She compares the creator economy to the gig economy. Kamilah thinks the whole education system is shifting – and will need to. Kamilah talks about how creators might have less need for a formal college education going forward with the many new options available.
Segment 5: Nova talks about where a search for AI education goes on Google. Traditional institutions, however, don’t appear to be taking it all that far, mostly abbreviated courses. Nova talks about alternatives she found. Where do creatives go to learn the new AI tools and more? Where do you even start? Kamilah talks about tech boot camps she sees coming up. Kamilah also talks about staying relevant with any job you have.
Segment 6: Is there a problem in your job that you’d like to find a solution for? Nova suggests there might be an AI tool to improve on this. Nova suggests it as a form of upskilling. Nova runs down boot camps that she and Kamilah came across. They mention For Geeks Academy, Bloom Institute of Technology, Brain Station, Cognitia, Great Learning, and more. Nova talks about how skills like using MS Word was an evolution of typing skills.
Conclusion: AI is a tool that’s here to stay. How it can be used needs to be taught and explored In numerous different ways. Nova and Kamilah explore how AI tools can be astounding collaborators.
 
AI
Generative AI
AI for Creatives
Crypto for Creatives
Claude 2
ChatGPT
ClipDrop
Education
Learning
Web3
Coding
Pink Kangaru

41 min

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