Using AI to improve food and drinks marketing photography
Target audience – FE and HE college students at levels 1 to 4
Age Group – 16 to 19 (18+?)
Short overview of scenario
Food and drinks providers need to promote their products visually and with the help of AI tools they can potentially produce quality images even if their photographic ability is limited. This scenario will demonstrate how students can do this.
Using a smartphone camera the learners will take a series photographs of food and drinks, either on the day or in advance of the session. They will then be directed to apps which will improve the photographs eg HitPaw Photo Enhancer, Remini Photo Enhancer,
- Students understand the difference between a poor image and a good one.
- Students will be aware of and know how to use apps which will improve their images.
- Students will also be made aware that the composition is at least as important as the photo quality.
Each student should have a smart phone
Aim for short activities 2 hours max
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Title – Introduction to OpenAthens – English
URL – https://youtu.be/LnNi1AKagKU
Short Description – A short video explaining how to access OpenAthens the portal we use to access the library catalogue and all electronic resources.
AI@School Curriculum Area
AI and existing technologies
Authors; Attwell, G., Bekiaridis, G., Blatsios, S., De Smet, G., Gerrard, A., Rennie, I., Orcasitas-Vicandi, M., Roman, G., Schevernels, M.
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