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Nice summary of what I think is the most interesting way to use GPT at the moment: in an iterative loop, in conversation with other tools. It’s wild that this works. twitter.com/intrcnnctd/sta…

12 months ago

1/7 Spent the week-end with ControlNet, a new approach to have precise, fine-grained control over image generation with diffusion models. It's huge step forward and will change a number of industries. Here is an example. pic.twitter.com/9iJ9G8H50m

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about 1 year ago

Eleven Labs has the most realistic AI text-to-voice platform I’ve seen. beta.elevenlabs.io (free to try) It’s 99% perfect. Generates great inflection, cadence, and natural pauses. Sample: pic.twitter.com/nf0agi4QTK

about 1 year ago

After tons of research and experimentation, here are the 6 types of information I provide in my ChatGPT mega-prompts: pic.twitter.com/dQbcAUQ0dy

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about 1 year ago

I've launched a new website 🥳 It's a resource of ai-powered tools & services. Check it out at allthingsai.com pic.twitter.com/ZFOHs5RXMf

about 1 year ago

We are excited to announce the release of Stable Diffusion Version 2! Stable Diffusion V1 changed the nature of open source AI & spawned hundreds of other innovations all over the world. We hope V2 also provides many new possibilities! Link → stability.ai/blog/stable-di… pic.twitter.com/z0yu3FDWB5

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over 1 year ago

hyperpersonalized AI models are pretty exciting you can easily fine tune stablediffusion to consistently create multitudes of any sort of niche thing via dreambooth et al i wonder how many sufficiently distinct vibe-tunes "exist"? enjoying my new weird-synthstruments model: pic.twitter.com/eTCMobIKwl

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over 1 year ago

Hello world! We’re launching our first product, MultiFlow. flow.multi.tech MultiFlow makes it easy to create, deploy, and rapidly iterate on generative AI workflows. pic.twitter.com/wKHpUZcoGv

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over 1 year ago

shut. the. front. door. This is insane. A system to decode visual stimuli from brain recordings. So you're saying...in ten years...it'll be thought to image? link to paper🧵 #ai #deeplearning #mindblown pic.twitter.com/EjayPOIYrL

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  • Totally mind bending. There’s a mention in the thread from the study a few years ago which I remember seeing, but the images were barely legible. the improvement since then is crazy, and if it continues you can see it getting close to perfect replication
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over 1 year ago

🪐 Introducing Galactica. A large language model for science. Can summarize academic literature, solve math problems, generate Wiki articles, write scientific code, annotate molecules and proteins, and more. Explore and get weights: galactica.org pic.twitter.com/niXmKjSlXW

over 1 year ago

Small rant about LLMs and how I see them being put, rather thoughtlessly IMO, into productivity tools. 📄 TL;DR — Most knowledge work isn't a text-generation task, and your product shouldn't ship an implementation detail of LLMs as the end-user interface stream.thesephist.com/updates/166861… pic.twitter.com/eEedO8Zf00

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over 1 year ago

How & where do large language models (LLMs) like GPT store knowledge? Can we surgically write *new* facts into them, just like we write records into databases? Explainer 🧵 on how interpretability & model editing go hand-in-hand, and why these emerging areas are so important 👇 pic.twitter.com/MLPWk4pwSG

over 1 year ago

✨Excited to share a project I've been working on with advising from @karpathy . Introducing stableboost.ai , a practical tool to generate images and videos with AI! 🧵 youtu.be/97m-tfRmDZw

over 1 year ago

Hi! everyprompt.com is now publicly available! It’s a pretty good playground for GPT3, with cool useful things like folders, team support, a CI/CD, and all sorts of goodies. we think you’ll like it, we do! pic.twitter.com/0ASFgjLgN5

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over 1 year ago

It's not just Stable Diffusion that has been getting a lot of attention lately. The whole generative AI landscape is blooming. @sequoia has come up with a handy little visualization to help us keep track of some of the most exciting players. 1/2 pic.twitter.com/2yZMM6VLuy

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over 1 year ago

There's a debate on AI writing tools on Twitter right now. As an AI writer, I want to give my 2 cents. Here's my hot take: Mastering human language is out of reach for AI and it will remain this way unless current paradigms change radically. Here's why:

over 1 year ago

Hot take: everyone is wrong about AI writing tools. here's my 3-part theory why...

over 1 year ago

Any applied AI product today that relies on LLM’s must be able to adapt any new model to their use case within a week.

over 1 year ago

Spent last week building a tool that creates Stable Diffusion prompts given an image. It works decently well, see below. It can suggest prompts even if no one has created a similar image before. It’s been useful for me so might be for others too: latentspace.dev :) pic.twitter.com/ZSpSzkhV6s

over 1 year ago

Prompt-to-Prompt: Latent Diffusion and Stable Diffusion implementation with @huggingface diffusers is out github: github.com/google/prompt-… pic.twitter.com/QoIsax3xB1

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over 1 year ago

Steps to using textual inversion with #automatic1111 : 1. Train your concept on colab colab.research.google.com/github/hugging… 2. Download your .bin (or anyone else's from huggingface.co/sd-concepts-li…) 3. Change filename to conceptX .pt 4. Move to embeddings folder 5. Use conceptX in your prompt pic.twitter.com/tEZjIKZcVx

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over 1 year ago

♻️ Every single way to use @StableDiffusion: from "no technical skill needed" one-click installers, to the most cutting edge repo forks and note books github.com/sw-yx/prompt-e… Completely revamped, accumulating 1-2 months of HN/Reddit comments. pic.twitter.com/7M5RcdaKFA

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over 1 year ago

By far the greatest benefit of using @Github Copilot so far is I now don’t have to be forced to document my code. I actively *want* to write great comments, because when I do, I get the dopamine hit of a good Copilot suggestion.

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over 1 year ago

Understanding HTML with Large Language Models - Does in-depth analysis of HTML understanding models models. - Creates and open-sources a large-scale HTML dataset distilled and auto-labeled from CommonCrawl. proj: sites.google.com/view/llm4html/… abs: arxiv.org/abs/2210.03945 pic.twitter.com/zL4c56CjXw

over 1 year ago

I've been using OpenAI's Whisper model to generate initial drafts of transcripts for my podcast. But Whisper doesn't identify speakers. So I stitched it to a speaker recognition model. Code is below in case it's useful to you. Let me know how it can be made more accurate. pic.twitter.com/Fwx5XOnqbu

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over 1 year ago

dreambooth #stablediffusion training is now available in 🧨diffusers! And guess what! You can run this on a 16GB colab in less than 15 mins! Github: github.com/huggingface/di… Colab for training: bit.ly/3SGPYmk Colab for inference: bit.ly/3UJ4oUL pic.twitter.com/XtIbLRsLSQ

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over 1 year ago

If you have an Apple M1 or M2 and don't take advantage of its GPU, I'm about to change your life. These instructions allow TensorFlow to use your GPU: 1 of 10

over 1 year ago

Tired of battling with the wild west of large language model prompting frameworks and APIs?! We’re excited to introduce Manifest, our python framework that makes prompt programming simple, interactive, and reproducible. 💻: github.com/HazyResearch/m… pic.twitter.com/KWTeChsu4R

Since I discovered prompt injection, I owe you all a thread on how to fix it. TLDR: Don’t use instruction-tuned models in production on untrusted input. Either write k-shot prompt for a non-instruct model, or create your own fine-tune. Here’s how. pic.twitter.com/GlrCNHcMYC

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over 1 year ago