There are rumors that Apple is secretly developing the same generation AI as ChatGPT and Gemini, and this news gained weight when Apple released an open source AI model that can convert text into images like Photoshop.
Apple is developing Gen AI
This AI model, called MLLM-guided image editing (MGIE), was developed in collaboration with the University of California, Santa Barbara, and MGIE can perform a variety of image editing functions, such as cropping, resizing, rotating, and even adjusting brightness. Color balance and contrast according to user text prompts All of these capabilities can be read about in the documents released last week.
The same document reveals that MGIE has made progress in image editing performance across a number of metrics. This makes it competitive with other AI systems, which mainly focus on using the same functionality as Photoshop in image editing.
In addition, MGIE represents a step beyond existing technologies. To make it easier for everyone to understand and access, MGIE is not currently open for public use. But you can go to github Read technical explanations or try samples online Face hugging.
The development of MGIE is a serious announcement to compete with Microsoft, Google and Meta, which are said to be ahead in the generative AI market. In addition to developing AI itself, Apple has also acquired several AI startups, and in 2023 alone, there will be 32 companies. It will help accelerate the development of artificial intelligence
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