Creative Production meets A.I.:
Exploring The Change

The Context

The digital marketing world is undergoing a major transformation, and the
question on everyone’s mind is: is A.I. really going to change it all? When will
it happen and how? As creativity and Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) collide, the

potential to revolutionize the way we approach creative production is
immense. However, it’s important to consider the limitations of A.I. and the
crucial role that human expertise plays in this new world.

The A.I. Revolution: How does it work?

AI technology works by using algorithms and machine learning models to
analyze large amounts of data and identify patterns. This allows AI to make
predictions, generate new content, and even create art.
AI apps like ChatGPT can even write text in response to prompts, while tools
like DALL-E can generate images based on a text description. The goal of
these AI tools is to automate and streamline certain aspects of creative
production, freeing up time and resources for more complex, human-driven

The Promise of the Future

Although full of limitations, the future of AI in creative production is highly
promising. As AI technology continues to evolve and improve, it will become
increasingly capable of generating high-quality content. Brands might be
able to tap into this technology to streamline their creative production
processes, freeing up time and resources for more strategic, high-level
tasks. However, it’s important to keep in mind that AI technology is still in its
early stages, and there is much work to be done before it can fully replace
human creativity and expertise.

The Challenges of A.I.

Despite the potential benefits, there are a number of challenges associated
with incorporating AI into creative production. For starters, AI still lacks the
creativity and nuance of human input. AI-generated content can often
come across as stiff and average, lacking the personal touch that makes
content truly engaging. Additionally, AI technology is still in its infancy, and
there are limitations to what it can do. For example, it may not be able to
accurately recognize or respond to cultural or situational context, leading to
errors or misinterpretations.

The Bottom Line

In conclusion, the encounter between creative production and AI is just
beginning. As AI technology continues to advance, it will bring new
opportunities and challenges to the world of creative production. It’s up to
us to carefully consider the limitations of AI, and to find the right balance
between automation and human creativity.

Creative Production at Appvertiser

Specialized in video, display, app store and playable assets and driven by
success, revenue, growth and performance, our team of experts from
Appvertiser know there is no success in UA without having strong creatives
and is dedicated to staying ahead of the curve providing the best possible
Creative Production solutions for our clients.

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