I’m curious to see how Craiyon helps people brainstorm new ideas when they get stuck in creation. I want to see if it can regenerate artwork and styles that apply to different unrelated objects. I tried to use Craiyon to generate Monet style for a spaceship and Rothko style for a chair. However, it had a hard time understanding the concepts I was offering. It could quickly capture the apparent lexical meaning, showing only the artist’s painting, barely seeing the shape of the spaceship in Monet’s painting, but still showing it as a separate object, while the chair was not even in Rothko’s painting. This seems to be a limited interpretation of creative cues by AI, which has a hard time accepting creative ways of thinking, and this does not help much in the generation of creative ideas. I am wondering if AI generators will be able to replace human art and design in the future. Or will it be a tool to facilitate creation?