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« on: June 24, 2022, 11:09:24 PM »

The company hasn't released its text-to-image engine publicly because its AI datasets are vulnerable to bias. Google released a text-to-image computer model of Parti Thursday, which shows hyper-realistic images, studying tens of billions of inputs.

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Pathways Autoregressive Text-to-Image, or Parti, studies a series of images that Google calls "image tokens", using them to create new images. The search giant said on its research website that Parti's images will become more realistic when additional parameters - tokens and other training materials are available - to examine. The model studies 20 billion parameters before generating the final image.

Parti differs from Imagen, a text-to-image engine designed by Google to use distributed learning. This process trains the computer model by adding "noise" to the image to mask it. as if stationary on a television screen The model then learns static decoding to reconstruct the original image. When the model is better It can turn what looks like a random set of dots into a picture.
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