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- The Curious Case of Text-to-Image Generators and Stock Photo AgenciesStock photo agencies have always been synonymous with rich, visual content. However, an interesting new development is on the rise. At least three such agencies are now venturing into the realm of text-to-image generation, daring to stand toe-to-toe with big players like Stability AI, Open AI, and Midjourney. The catch? They’re using the very technology […]
- Generative AI : Do or DieUnderstandably, new powerful technologies like generative AI triggers anxiety. But the conversation needs to evolve and move on from the fear of what it might potentially do if left unrestrained: From cataclysmic copyright infringement to the complete substitution of our reality, it is bringing a tsunami of society devastating changes. And if our elected political […]
Groundlight emerged from stealth Wednesday, unveiling its platform that can enable image understanding from natural language queries and a few lines of code. The company also announced $10 million in seed capital.
“If you can get somebody to read something in a certain context, it makes the messaging happen faster. If I have to look at a picture, and then I have to read the text, that's two things that I have to read. But if I can read them simultaneously — if I can make a word look like a dog’s leash, or like it's made out of native plants — then, all of a sudden, you don't have to say ‘native plants’ in the text. You can say something else in the text.
The process will generate Stories based on images that you’ve uploaded to the app, using thematic matching to provide templated frames that you can then share with your audience.
Meta has released a new artificial intelligence model that can pick out individual objects in images, presenting a big step forward in image recognition.
The Segment Anything Model (SAM) can 'cut out' objects in an image, Meta claimed on its website for the model.
Runway, which plans to open its service to a small group of testers this week, is one of several companies building artificial intelligence technology that will soon let people generate videos simply by typing several words into a box on a computer screen.
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