This week in AI & Machine Learning: OpenAI: Creating Images from Text, baking ML recipes, the future of farming, JupyterLab 3.0, Google’s Machine Learning Crash Course, Trends in Computer Vision, and more.
Happy New Year from Sixgill:
Happy new year from the Sixgill team! We’re excited to continue our weekly AI and machine learning posts to help keep you informed about the latest news, tools, events and research.
Named after Salvador Dalí and WALL·E, OpenAI’s new transformer language model DALL·E is offering some mind blowing image generation results from taking a few english words as parameters. The capabilities of controlling attributes, drawing multiple objects, understanding perspective, inferring context, and even visualizing internal or external structures is indeed incredibly impressive. I highly recommend reading more about this approach and playing around with inputs on the official blog post.
Read about some of the current interesting areas of research around applications of AI and farming, why the agriculture industry may be behind the curve, and how the University of Florida plans to move AI and agriculture ahead.
I think our potential new AI overlords are figuring out ways to make sure we don’t rebel by creating delicious(?) new foods? These results actually come from “breaking” a text-based receipt classifier in Google’s AutoML table tool. I am always so intrigued when AI inspires us to make or learn something new.