Welcome to the the inaugural issue! I’ll be posting at least five product and reactions every Thursday.
This Week's Links
- InteriorAI by Peter Levels
Transform messy home photos into imagined interiors.
Reaction: This is the future of Photoshop filters: not just adjusting dumb pixels, but carefully sequencing a series of AI-powered manipulations into a result that feels almost impossible. If I were Adobe, I’d be watching this closely and trying to turn Peter’s approach into something that can be shared and sold.
- Article2Image by Danny Postma
Turn your article into a cover image.
Reaction: It’s only a matter of time before someone manages to illustrate an entire children’s storybook with Stable Diffusion — or lets them illustrate their own — in a repeatable way.
“Kid friendliness” is a useful proxy for “control over output variance”. I think we’re going to see image generation red teams the same way we see security red teams: folks, good at adversarial prompts, hired to test the guard-rails model companies promise.
- ArtHub.ai by Palash Bansal
Gallery of AI images and their prompts.
Reaction: A service that takes the upvoted prompts on this site and pairs them — with modification — to the “bad prompts” the uninitiated write sounds a lot better than starting from scratch. Don’t they say all art is derivative?
- Fillout by Dominic Whyte and Antony Toron
Describe your form and AI builds the first draft.
Reaction: I asked it for a “order form for frozen fish heads” and by god, that’s exactly what it made me. I’m not convinced that AI onboarding is a product itself, but it’s a great wedge to grab market space while the larger form companies scramble to implement their own versions of this. In general, scripting LLMs to make first-draft onboarding choices feels like a great, repeatable play for any product.
- Handywriter by Mustafa Uysal
AI-assisted writing for WordPress
Reaction: Also in the “repeatable play” department. There has never been a better time to be a plugin author than right now. Every single platform that accepts plugins is a ready audience for some form of 3rd party AI augmentation.