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AI model from OpenAI automatically recognizes speech and translates it to English

Benj Edwards / Ars Technica reader comments 46 with 35 posters participating, including story author Share this story On Wednesday, OpenAI released a new open source AI model called Whisper that recognizes and translates audio at a level that approaches human recognition ability. It can transcribe interviews, podcasts, conversations, and more. OpenAI trained Whisper on… Read More »

China’s most advanced AI image generator already blocks political content

Enlarge / Images generated by ERNIE-ViLG from the prompt “China” superimposed over China’s flag. Ars Technica reader comments 13 with 11 posters participating Share this story China’s leading text-to-image synthesis model, Baidu’s ERNIE-ViLG, censors political text such as “Tiananmen Square” or names of political leaders, reports Zeyi Yang for MIT Technology Review. Image synthesis has… Read More »

With Stable Diffusion, you may never believe what you see online again

Enlarge / Did you know that Abraham Lincoln was a cowboy? Stable Diffusion does. Benj Edwards / Stable Diffusion reader comments 229 with 127 posters participating, including story author Share this story AI image generation is here in a big way. A newly released open source image synthesis model called Stable Diffusion allows anyone with… Read More »