Generative AI has been everywhere lately, and as it goes mainstream, there’s been plenty of focus on ChatGPT and generative AI art and visual applications like Dall-E and Midjourney. Here, we’re going to take a closer look at some of the ways that SaaS companies are implementing it.
Creating a 3D character in Unity could take hours, if not days, depending on how complex you want it to be. With Unity AI, you can create a 3D female character in seconds, which is a game-changer for game developers. Even an average Joe who doesn’t know how to develop a game could use this AI to create something super simple for fun.
Suppose someone wants to design a quick layout of their house. In that case, they would have had to hire an architect in the past. But now, with Autodesk AI, they can play around with the house’s layout by themselves, putting their bed, TV, and other things where they want them.
Shopify is another company that has implemented generative AI. The company noticed that many of the store’s being created were publishing sub-par product descriptions on their products, or sometimes no description at all. With Shopify Magic, users can input some characteristics of the product, and receive an SEO description that can grab the attention of potential buyers. Additionally, generative AI can be used for easy advertisement creation. Small businesses that might have had to pay a few hundred dollars for someone to design an ad can now do it themselves.
Generative AI is becoming more popular, and for a good reason. It saves time and effort, making it easier for developers, designers, and regular consumers to do their work. Companies like Google and Microsoft are getting the headlines but Saas companies like Unity, Autodesk, and Shopify are all using generative AI in innovative ways, improving their products and services.