I… I just can’t handle it: this tech is advancing so fast, my hair is whipping back. 😅
My old teammate Yael Pritch & team have announced DreamBooth: by providing 3-5 images of a subject, you can fine-tune a model of that subject, then generate variations (e.g. changing the environment and context).
The latest beta build of Photoshop contains a new feature called Photo Restoration. Whenever I have seen new updates in AI photo restoration over the last few years, I have tried the technology on an old family photo that I have of my great great great grandfather. A Scotsman who lived between 1845-1919. I applied the neural filter plus colorize technique to update the image in Photoshop. The restored photo is on the left, the original on the right. It is really astonishing how advanced AI is becoming.
Learn more about accessing the feature in Photoshop here.
We ask: how can we use language-guided models to turn our cat into a painting, or imagine a new product based on our favorite toy? Here we present a simple approach that allows such creative freedom.
Using only 3-5 images of a user-provided concept, like an object or a style, we learn to represent it through new “words” in the embedding space of a frozen text-to-image model. These “words” can be composed into natural language sentences, guiding personalized creation in an intuitive way.