We Generated P5-Code Based on Text Inputs with OpenAI’s GPT-3 and This Could Show the Future of Designer-Machine Co-Creation

The initial idea of letting GPT-3 create HMTL code.
This was the first test run that actually proofed that GPT-3 can generate valid code.
This is a test for more vague questions for GPT-3.
This is proof of concept that vague and metaphoric language actually works for creating interesting outcomes.

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Professor for design & management at Mediadesign University Of Applied Sciences, Berlin, Germany.

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Dr. Sebastian Loewe

Dr. Sebastian Loewe

Professor for design & management at Mediadesign University Of Applied Sciences, Berlin, Germany.

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