This man used AI to write and illustrate a children's book in one weekend. He wasn't prepared for the backlash.
This man used AI to write and illustrate a children's book in one weekend. He wasn't prepared for the backlash. Beatrice Nolan Jan 15, 2023, 2:00 AM Ammaar Reshi wrote and illustrated a children's book in 72 hours using ChatGPT and Midjourney. The book went viral on Twitter after it was met with intense backlash from artists. Reshi said he respected the artists' concerns but felt some of the anger was misdirected. Ammaar Reshi was reading a bedtime story to his friend's daughter when he decided he wanted to write his own. Reshi, a product-design manager at a financial-tech company based in San Francisco, told Insider he had little experience in illustration or creative writing, so he turned to AI tools. In December he used OpenAI's new chatbot, ChatGPT , to write "Alice and Sparkle," a story about a girl named Alice who wants to learn about the world of tech, and her robot friend, Sparkle. He then used M