Prompt Battle Training Station / Sebastian Schmieg (DE), Photo:

Prompt Battle Training Station

Sebastian Schmieg (DE)

Do you have what it takes to be a prompt engineer? Prompt engineers use magic spell-like prompts to get artificial intelligence to generate the best new images, texts, videos or pieces of music. How good are your prompts? Are they good enough to hold their own against other prompt engineers? Train your skills at the Prompt Battle Training Station and prepare for the prompt battles of the future.

Prompt Battle Training Station is a spin-off of the original Prompt Battle.


Prompt Battle Format developed by Florian A. Schmidt & Sebastian Schmieg with the design students at HTW Dresden: Bernadette Geiger Ella Zickerick Emily Krause Levi Stein Lina Schwarzenberg

Robert Hellwig Moderation: Yidi Tsao

This project is presented in the context of the More-than-Planet project co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.

Sebastian Schmieg
Photo: Iris Janke

Sebastian Schmieg (DE)

Sebastian Schmieg investigates the algorithmic circulation of images, texts, and bodies. He creates playful interventions that penetrate the shiny surfaces of our networked society and explore the realities that lie behind them. Schmieg’s work has been exhibited internationally at Kunsthalle Zürich, The Photographers’ Gallery London, MdbK Leipzig, HeK Basel, and Chronus Art Center Shanghai. Schmieg is a professor for interface design at HTW Dresden. He is based in Berlin.