Craiyon to try it online – https://huggingface.co/spaces/dalle-mini/dalle-mini
Open AI Company shared the results of their research, which I can not call anything other than magic – DALL · E, a new neuron, a continuation of the GPT-3 idea on transformers, but this time for generating images from text.
I often write here about fantasy, they say, I fed Harry Potter to the neuron and received illustrations of all the scenes of the book – it seems this is no longer a fantasy, but they still don’t give me anything to dig deeper.
DALL · E neuron with 12 billion parameters, trained in picture-text pairs, its tasks:
- Synthesize pictures by text description
- Draw pictures with a part at the input, taking into account the text description
Open AI has already teased some things in this area before, and finally it has reached such a level that the jaw is falling off, look at the examples that I have attached, at the top of the text that was given at the input.
I’m sure she won’t be allowed to play for everyone yet.
I foresee this research will greatly affect many areas and industries, as the applications are endless.
- More details here: https://openai.com/blog/dall-e/
- Try Craiyon (ex Dalle-mini) online here https://www.craiyon.com/
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A fiction that has already become a reality. You tell the computer (in words!) what you want to see in a picture, and it draws it.
One more small step for GPT-3 and a huge leap for the design industry. You describe a photo/illustration in words and voila (so far 256×256). In short, there will be more good design around in the next 10-15 years. Designer’s work will become much more interesting (a lot of routine will go away).
This is the client’s paradise: “play with fonts”, “enlarge the logo”, “highlight in red” – all this is readily done by a mentally balanced machine.
On the other hand, unusual illustrations for children’s books, for example, are also welcome.
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