Limits of usage

Generative AI can be a powerful tool for automating specific tasks in a print-on-demand shop, such as converting hand-drawn sketches into vector graphics. However, there are a few limits to the use of generative AI in this context that you should be aware of:

  1. Quality: While generative AI can produce high-quality vector graphics, the results may not be as accurate or detailed as those produced by a skilled human artist. This could lead to variations in the final printed product and may not be suitable for certain types of artwork.
  2. Legal considerations: It is essential to ensure that you have the legal rights to use any content uploaded to your site and that you are not infringing on the intellectual property rights of others. This is especially important when using generative AI to create vector graphics, as the results may be similar to existing artwork.
  3. User expectations: Some users may expect the AI to produce vector graphics precisely like their original sketches, while others may be open to more artistic interpretation. It is essential to set clear expectations with users and communicate the generative AI’s limitations to avoid misunderstandings or dissatisfaction.

While generative AI can be a valuable tool in a print-on-demand shop, it is essential to consider these limits and use them responsibly to ensure a high-quality user experience.

At Ribunok, we use state-of-the-art generative AI to automate specific tasks in our print-on-demand process. However, we understand that some customers may require higher quality and attention to detail. That’s why we also have a team of experienced human graphic designers who can complete the work by hand. If you want to upgrade to this premium service, please get in touch with us for more information.