It does me, at least.
Darwin Among the Colors is a very narrow ai, built around an evolutionary algorithm that learns what colors you like, and composes color schemes based on progressively refined combinations of those colors.
Developers can use it to get around the need to understand color theory, designers (internet and otherwise) can use it to explore parts of the color terrain that may be unfamiliar to them.
The great/odd thing about Darwin (and these sorts of programs in general) is that they don't require you to be creative to produce creative products, they just respond to your sense of taste.
Not everybody's an artist, but (whether you like it or not) everybody's a critic, why not use that to your advantage?
I plan to write a second edition that doesn't just consider the individual colors themselves, but the differences between the rgb values within a preferred color scheme, just in case you want to scoop me.