- With Stable Diffusion, you may never believe what you see online again
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- Exploring 12 Million of the 2.3 Billion Images Used to Train Stable Diffusion’s Image Generator
- Why the Future of Open Source AI is So Much Bigger Than Stable Diffusion 1.5 and Why…
AI image synthesis goes open source, with big implications.
«Image synthesis arguably brings implications as big as the invention of the camera—or perhaps the creation of visual art itself. Even our sense of history might be at stake, depending on how things shake out. Either way, Stable Diffusion is leading a new wave of deep learning creative tools that are poised to revolutionize the creation of visual media»
The release of Stable Diffusion unleashed a tremendous amount of innovation in an incredibly short period of time. But there is a reason we've taken a step back at Stability AI and chose not to…
Stable Diffusion nerfs NSFW images.
If you haven’t been paying attention to what’s going on with Stable Diffusion, you really should be. Stable Diffusion is a new “text-to-image diffusion model” that was released to the …
What images were used to train Stable Diffusion's text-to-image AI model? I worked with Simon Willison to make a data browser to explore and search a sample of 12 million images.
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