Artificial intelligence continues to advance by leaps and bounds and more and more efficient and useful tools are created for day-to-day life. One of the latest developments in this field is the Midjourney “reverse prompting”.
This tool allows users to give you a image and artificial intelligence is responsible for creating a prompt. The prompt is an instruction that is given to artificial intelligence so that it can generate a response.
Normally when using this AI what is done is to write a series of instructions with which the AI will be able to create an image. Now this has a new utility and, in fact, what the AI will do is generate the text instructions that have been used to create the image.
By being able to do this, what is achieved is to have a better idea when generating an image via artificial intelligence. In fact, it will not just give a response with instructions to generate the image that has been queried. What Midjourney will do is offer four different texts.
Midjourney now offers a reverse function to create images with artificial intelligence
That is, if you are given an image of a dog, the prompt that will be given has to go with the following command “/describe” which allows midjourney describe this image and narrow down all your possibilities to four generative texts with which to create an image by AI.
To better understand how Midjourney works, it is necessary to know the process of creating prompts in artificial intelligence. Prompts are usually created manually and require a lot of time and effort. AI experts have to think through every detail of the answer they want to get and create an instruction that guides the AI towards that result.
With Midjourney, the process is much easier. Users just have to upload an image and the AI takes care of analyzing it and creating four prompts that fit that image. In this way, the time and effort required to create a prompt is drastically reduced.
In short, it is a very useful tool that can simplify the process of creating prompts in artificial intelligence since users will be more aware of how they have to write in order to create a prompt that fits the image they have in mind.