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It is amusing at first when taking two instances of AI and have them chat, then wait ten iterations and see it degrade, and finally after a hundred iterations turn into complete gibberish. Then realize that their gibberish might actually be their own language and Skynet is born and in full operation. All hail our Alternative Intelligence Overlords (AIOs). Or maybe this is just water cooling.
 

Kaido

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100% AI-generated video:


We already have digitally-generated hair, makeup, and clothing, as well as Deepfakes. Get ready for AI-generated avatars with backgrounds & accessories! Behold the future:


The next few years are going to be absolutely INSANE for AI video!!

https://twitter.com/Martin_Haerlin/status/1730213405548478752

Quality indie movies are only going to be limited by your storytelling imagination! The democratization of film resources is now arriving:

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Kaido

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Kaido

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SparseCtrl now has a bundled set of tools:



Click to view animation on the website:


Applications include: (scroll down on the link above & click on the images to animate)

1. Animate a static image
2. Keyframe interpolation for animation of static images, such as camera panning or morphing between shots
3. Video interpolation, same thing but for low-framerate video inputs (ex. burst shots on an iPhone)
4. Video prediction to take multiple static shots & do a pretty good video based on them
5. Depth maps to animation
6. Generate animated images from sketches
7. Take multiple sketches to create an animated generated video (DANG MAN!)

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AdamK47

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This is true if there was a trillion+ of them ... and same could be said by pulling his face off too.
There are so many companies jumping on the AI bandwagon claiming what they have is AI when in reality it's not.
 

AdamK47

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But you just said that it's justified if it aggravates someone, which means that's your intent. If your intent is to post something to aggravate others, that's trolling.
Your inability to interpret my posts is not an indication of any wrongdoing on my part.

This can be used as a teachable moment where a modicum of self-reflection before judgement can inspire awareness of personal deficiencies.
 

cytg111

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There are so many companies jumping on the AI bandwagon claiming what they have is AI when in reality it's not.
Well, if I were to take a stab at it I think what you're referring to is AGI, not AI, cause what all these companies are doing is indeed AI. On top of that AI is a broad field, does not have to be neural nets less deep neural nets at that.
Also, since everything Turing Complete is per definition if-then-else then you could never, per your definition, create an AGI on conventional general purpose compute hardware. *shrugs* Its all cmp's jmp's and mov's in the end.