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AI-driven creative writing workshops

Generative AI models can revolutionize AI-driven creative writing workshops. For instance, Language Models (LLMs) like GPT-3 can generate novel story prompts or expand on an already existing plot, thereby helping to remove writer's block and enhancing creative output. In collaborative writing exercises, these models can provide new characters or dialog lines, encouraging students to think outside-the-box.

Further, image generators can turn abstract concepts into tangible visuals, reinforcing the student's creative thought process. Such models can convert a written description into an image, providing a visual perspective to the narrative, which can then be tweaked to fit the writer's vision.

A combination of LLMs and image generators can thus enliven writing workshops, converging AI with human creativity to produce compelling narratives. In essence, these models can assist, inspire, and invigorate storytelling, thereby enriching the creative writing experience.

How to build with Clevis

Text Input

Allow users to input their desired topic or theme for the workshop.

Prompt ChatGPT

Prompt ChatGPT to provide a brief introduction to the workshop and explain how it will assist users in their creative writing process.

Text Input

Ask users to provide a sentence or paragraph from their existing writing piece.

Prompt ChatGPT

Prompt ChatGPT to analyze the user's input and provide constructive feedback on their writing style and techniques.

Display Output

Display the feedback received from ChatGPT in a user-friendly format, providing actionable suggestions to improve the user's writing.

This is an example app that you can build using Clevis, and demonstrates Clevis's ability to deliver AI-driven solutions within a creative writing context. The AI in question here is OpenAI's language model, ChatGPT.

The application, known as 'AI-driven creative writing workshops', begins by prompting users to define their desired workshop focus, accepting text input for topic or theme. It then uses ChatGPT to generate an introductory framework, outlining how the AI is set to guide the users throughout their creative process.

Following the introduction, another user input is requested. This time, participants are asked to contribute a sentence or paragraph from a piece of their own writing. Again, ChatGPT steps in, but this time its task is to analyze the writing style and techniques employed by the user. Leveraging its extensive training on a variety of written works, the AI model offers constructive and nuanced feedback regarding the user's writing.

Finally, the application formats and presents the feedback from ChatGPT in a manner that is clear and user-friendly. Users receive concrete, actionable steps to improve their writing, strengthening the effectiveness of the workshop.

Use Clevis and this example as a springboard to build other AI-guided apps in your preferred domain.

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