Tag: computer vision
Congratulations, my friends, we have finally come to the end of the series! Although… well, not quite (see below), but we have definitely reached the end of what I had planned originally. Last time, we discussed diffusion-based models, mentioning, if not fully going through, all their mathematical glory. This time, we are going to put diffusion-based models together with multimodal latent spaces and variational autoencoders with discrete latent codes, getting to Stable Diffusion and DALL-E 2, and then will discuss Midjourney and associated controversies. Not much new math today: we have all the Lego blocks, and it only remains to fit them all together.
Synthesis AI CEO and Founder Yashar Behzadi recently sat down for an Ask Me Anything with our friends at Inside AI. The discussion was wide-ranging, touching on what’s next for generative AI, how synthetic data is generated and used, overcoming model bias, and the ethics of AI systems. If you’re tinkering with generative AI and need representative synthetic human data for developing ML models ethically, we’d love to talk — contact us any time.