Instead, it ended as a reflection to share with others. Below is the prompt I wanted to use in Dalle. Unfortunately, I could not get a result – Dalle struggled to generate the image – finally, I developed images in Mjdyourney. Was it weekend system overload? Or, just like an average human, Dalle does not understand what autism means?
Prompt: A photo portrait of an autistic child, a somber expression, short hair, symmetrical face, front facing, looking to the camera’s left, studio lighting, 8k. Dramatic, professional photography. UHD.
Autism is a mental condition, present from early childhood, characterized by great difficulty communicating and interacting with others. Autism is not curable; autism can only be accepted. This is a hard pill for most families to swallow when they are first given the diagnosis. Trying and “fix” autism can be tempting, but it’s important to remember there is nothing wrong with being autistic. Families with autistic children often struggle to live with the condition, but they can make it work with proper support from friends, family, and the community. Autism may always be a part of their lives, but it does not have to define them.
Autism can present itself differently in each individual. Some people with autism may be non-verbal, and others may have difficulty communicating even basic needs or emotions. But regardless of the severity of the condition, autistic individuals tend to have difficulties with social interaction, communication and are often prone to repetitive behavior.
It is important to remember that autism is not a disorder or illness. It is a different way of living and thinking that needs to be understood and accepted. By creating a safe, accepting environment for autistic individuals, we can help them reach their full potential and create a better life for themselves and the people around them.