Digging Chuck Wendig’s rant about generative AI and the creative arts, notably that the timing isn’t right yet for relying heavily on it (at all).

I think there is a use case for streamlining creative (in marketing, et al), but only to assist, never to replace.

Text highlighted: And my view is, at this point in time, it's clear that artificial intelligence in the arts is real problematic, and the juice is not worth the squeeze — and, further, if denying its power now gives us better agency going forward, then that's a really good thing.&10;Because certainly there is a world where Al can be used ethically, in some fashion, in our creative pursuits.&10;But today is just not that day.