These new generative AI tools are designed to make life easier for content creators.
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Meta continues under the leadership of Mark Zuckerberg, and given that its plans for the Metaverse have deflated, it’s time to take action and focus on what comes with Artificial Intelligence. Meta is indeed one of the first companies that has been using this type of technology, although, of course, it had not been conceived to function within the range of generative AI until now.
Although that has now changed, and we now have Emu, a generative AI that will assist content creators. We have learned about it thanks to the Connect 2023 event, where Zuckerberg revealed more about these two innovative tools and their core architecture.
AI-Driven Tools: Emu Edit and Emu Video
These AI-powered tools are designed to simplify and enrich the production and editing of visual content on Facebook and Instagram. Although Meta has not announced a specific release date, these transformative features are expected to be available soon.
Emu Edit: This tool revolutionizes image editing by allowing users to make precise modifications based on linguistic descriptions. No prior knowledge is required, and users can easily alter or remove elements from their photos without complications.
Emu Video: This tool brings innovation to video production through textual instructions or reference photos. Although the results may not be exact replicas, Emu Video produces four-second movies from descriptions, captions, and images.
YouTube Explores Musical AI with Dream Track for YouTube Shorts
YouTube also wanted to join the party and, in collaboration with Google DeepMind, has launched Dream Track, an AI-based musical tool that provides a preview of the platform’s initial musical experiments. Some key features include:
AI-Generated Voices: Dream Track allows a select group of U.S. creators to use AI-generated versions of the voices of recognized artists, such as Charlie Puth, Sia, and Troye Sivan, for YouTube Shorts videos.
Google DeepMind’s Lyria: Google DeepMind’s most advanced musical creation, Lyria, powers Dream Track to explore how technology can strengthen connections between creators, artists, and fans.
These tools are designed to provide content creators with a new dimension of creativity and musical expression. With approximately 100 U.S. artists initially, YouTube hopes to gradually expand these capabilities to its broader community.
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