Meta launches an independent AI image generator


Meta, formerly known as Facebook, has recently launched an independent AI image generator called Imagine. This tool is designed to generate and share images based on text prompts. Though the tool is currently free, it only supports English prompt words. The Imagine tool was initially available in individual and group chats on Meta’s social network platforms. However, it has now been made accessible on the web for anyone in the US to try. Users need to log in with a free Meta account to start generating images.

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The new Imagine with Meta allows users to create images through natural language descriptions. According to Meta, the new AI¬†generator is powered by Meta’s existing Emu image generation model. It can also create high-resolution images based on text prompts. At the moment, we do not know if fees will follow at a later date but for now, it is free for English-speaking users in the U.S. Also, for now, each¬†prompt generates four images for users to choose from.

Meta’s image generation model has previously faced controversy over racially biased image stickers. To address such issues, Meta said it will begin adding invisible watermarks to images generated by Imagine with Meta. These watermarks will be generated and detectable by AI models to increase content transparency.

Meta’s Imagine: An Independent AI Image Generator

The new AI image generator tool is a standalone tool and this means that it can work on its own. Users do not necessarily need to integrate it with other apps to use it. When users give their prompt or describe what they need, it will produce images based on the description. The system will provide four options and the user can make their choice. At the moment, the company has not said anything about releasing the feature outside the U.S.

How Imagine Works

To use the Imagine tool, users need to log in with a free Meta account. Once logged in, they can type a description of the image they want and click the “Generate” button. The AI then generates four different images based on the description. Users can select and download the generated images, which are stamped with a watermark identifying them as “imagined with AI.”

The tool works by allowing users to type a description of the image they want, click the “Generate” button, and then the AI generates four different images based on the description. Users can select and download the generated images, which are stamped with a watermark identifying them as “Imagined with AI.”

The tool is part of Meta’s broader AI initiatives, which include the development of AI-powered features for its various products, such as ad tools that can create image backgrounds and an Instagram product that can modify user photos based on text prompts.

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Limitations of the Tool

One limitation of the Imagine tool is that it currently only supports English prompt words. This means that users who input prompts in languages other than English may not get accurate results. However, Meta may expand the language support of the tool in the future to make it more accessible to a global audience.

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Another limitation is that it is only available in the U.S. Thus, we can not access the capacity of this tool from a non-U.S. perspective. However, it is more likely that if this feature is successful in the U.S., it will roll out to other regions.

Integration with Other Meta Products

The Imagine tool is part of Meta’s broader AI initiatives, which include the development of AI-powered features for its various products. For example, Meta has developed ad tools that can create image backgrounds and an Instagram product that can modify user photos based on text prompts. These AI-powered features are designed to enhance the user experience and provide new creative tools for Meta’s platform users.

Source: Ars technica

Other recent announcements by Meta

Just before the announcement of Imagine by Meta, the company announced two AI-based image editing tools for Facebook and Instagram last week. These tools are called “Emu Edit” and “Emu Video” and they apply to photos and videos.

According to the company, Emu Edit can accept user instructions and perform various forms of editing. This includes regional and global editing, removing and adding backgrounds. It can also adjust colors and convert vector images, or detect and segment image components. Meta used 10 million synthetic data sets to train Emu Edit, which is claimed to be the largest data set of its kind.

Meta said that Emu Edit incorporates visual tasks as instructions into the generated model, thereby providing better control in video generation and editing. Researchers pointed out that current image editing models usually over-modify images or under-modify them, and the advantage of Emu Edit is that it can edit according to instructions accurately.

Final Words

In conclusion, Meta’s Imagine is an independent AI image generator that is currently free to use but only supports English prompt words. The tool allows users to generate and share images based on text prompts and is part of Meta’s broader AI initiatives to enhance its various products with AI-powered features. While the tool has some limitations, such as its language support, it represents an exciting development in the field of AI and creative technology.

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