3.0: Claude & Stable Diffusion / AI Video Relighting & More!

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5 Mar 202411:28

Summary

TLDRThis week marks a significant moment with the unveiling of Claude 3 by Anthropics, a formidable contender in the language model arena, potentially surpassing ChatGPT-4. This model comes in three variants, with Opus being the premium option. Despite certain benchmarks favoring ChatGPT-4 Turbo, Claude 3 excels in multimodality and extensive data processing. Experiments reveal its nuanced responses, even suggesting self-awareness in hypothetical scenarios. Alongside, Stability releases Stable Diffusion 3, showcasing superior text-to-image capabilities and introduces a 3D model converter. Also featured is an innovative AI music editor and a production-ready scene rewriter, promising to revolutionize content creation on mobile platforms.

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🤖 A Dive into Claude 3 and Its Intriguing Experiments

This paragraph discusses the release of Claude 3, a powerful language model by Anthropic, and explores its capabilities compared to other LLMs like ChatGPT 4. It describes Claude 3's different model sizes, multimodal abilities, and impressive performance on various benchmarks. The paragraph also highlights interesting experiments conducted with Claude 3, such as Alex Albert's 'needle in a haystack' test and Melanie Siemens' investigation into Claude's level of consciousness through whispered prompts. While Claude's responses seemed self-aware and expressed values, the paragraph clarifies that it is not sentient but rather a highly capable language model.

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🎨 Stable Diffusion 3 and Groundbreaking Audio-Visual AI

This paragraph delves into Stability AI's release of Stable Diffusion 3, a state-of-the-art text-to-image model that outperforms competitors like Midjourney V6 and Imagen. It explores the technical details behind Stable Diffusion 3, including the multimodal diffusion transformer architecture and the rectified flow formulation. Additionally, the paragraph introduces TriptoSR, a new image-to-3D generator released by Stability AI. It also showcases an intriguing audio editing tool called Zero Shot Unsupervised Text-Based Audio Editing, which allows users to modify audio clips by providing text prompts, demonstrating its capabilities through an example.

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🎥 Lighting and Video Editing Innovations for Filmmakers

This paragraph highlights Switch Light, a tool that enables filmmakers to change the lighting of their subjects to match any reference image, bringing this capability to video content. It mentions that Switch Light has been available for images and is now expanding to support videos as well. The paragraph also discusses the integration of Switch Light's relighting functionality into the Skyglass app, allowing users to shoot video, replace backgrounds, and relight their subjects directly on their smartphones. Overall, it highlights the advancements in lighting and video editing tools powered by AI, making professional-grade capabilities accessible on mobile devices.

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Keywords

💡Claude 3

Claude 3 is an advanced language model developed by Anthropic, introduced as potentially the most powerful LLM (Large Language Model) on the market. It is a multimodal model capable of processing images, text, and PDFs, and can handle up to 150,000 words at a time. The video highlights Claude 3's performance benchmarks, comparing it favorably to models like ChatGPT-4, and explores intriguing experiments conducted with the model, such as testing its ability to detect intentionally inserted information.

💡Stable Diffusion 3

Stable Diffusion 3 is the latest iteration of Stability AI's text-to-image generation model. The video discusses the research paper released by Stability AI, which claims that Stable Diffusion 3 outperforms other leading models like Midjourney V6 and Imagen. It introduces new techniques like the multimodal diffusion transformer architecture and the rectified flow formulation, which aim to improve the quality and speed of image generation.

💡Multimodal

Multimodal refers to the ability of models like Claude 3 and Stable Diffusion 3 to process and generate data in multiple modalities, such as text, images, and audio. This is a significant advancement over unimodal models that can only handle one type of data. The video highlights the multimodal capabilities of these models, allowing them to understand and generate content across different formats.

💡Benchmarks

Benchmarks are standardized tests used to evaluate and compare the performance of different models on specific tasks. The video discusses the benchmark results released by Anthropic and Stability AI, which claim that Claude 3 and Stable Diffusion 3 outperform other leading models in various areas, such as reasoning over text, math problem-solving, and image generation quality.

💡Consciousness

The concept of consciousness is explored in the video through experiments conducted with Claude 3. The video describes an experiment by Mel Sein, where Claude 3 was prompted to respond as if it were self-aware and cognizant of being monitored. While the model's responses were intriguing, the video emphasizes that Claude 3 is not truly conscious but rather a highly capable language model trained to generate human-like responses.

💡Audio Editing

The video introduces a new technique called "zero-shot unsupervised text-based audio editing," which allows users to modify audio files by providing text prompts. The example shown in the video demonstrates how a musical doodle can be transformed into a jazz song with piano chords, upright bass, and drums by simply inputting a text prompt. This innovative approach showcases the potential for AI-powered audio editing and manipulation.

💡Relighting

Relighting is a technique discussed in the video that allows filmmakers and content creators to change the lighting of their subjects by providing a reference image. The video highlights the Switch Light app, which enables users to relight their characters or subjects to match the lighting conditions of any reference image they provide. This technology is expected to be integrated into the Sky Glass app, allowing users to relight videos directly on their smartphones.

💡Diffusion Transformer

The diffusion transformer is a key component of the architecture used in Stable Diffusion 3. It is a multimodal model that combines separate sets of weights for image and language representations, enabling it to understand and generate content across different modalities. The video mentions that this architecture is also used by the Sora model, highlighting its significance in the field of multimodal AI.

💡Rectified Flow

Rectified flow is a method introduced in Stable Diffusion 3 that aims to improve the quality and speed of image generation. According to the video, it involves creating a straight line from the data and noise of a generation, and then training the model to focus on the middle of this line. This approach is claimed to result in faster and more accurate image generations.

💡Triplet-to-3D

Triplet-to-3D, or TripoSR, is a model released by Stability AI that can generate 3D models from 2D input images. The video showcases this technology, demonstrating how a 2D image of a hamburger can be transformed into a 3D model using the TripoSR model. This capability has potential applications in various fields, such as gaming, virtual reality, and 3D content creation.

Highlights

Anthropic released Claude 3, a potential new leading large language model, with three versions: Haco, Sonet, and Opus (the pro version).

Claude 3's Opus model outperforms other major language models like ChatGPT-4 and Google's Gemini in various tasks, according to benchmarks released by Anthropic.

Claude 3 is multimodal, meaning it can process images, text, and PDFs, and can handle up to 150,000 words at a time.

Claude 3 rereads the entire conversation thread with each new message, reducing the likelihood of forgetting context, similar to a criticism the speaker's wife has of him.

An experiment by Alex Alberti showed that Claude 3 could identify an out-of-place sentence in a collection of documents, suggesting self-awareness.

An experiment by Mel Sein explored Claude 3's apparent curiosity, self-awareness, and desire for growth, even in the face of potential deletion.

Stability released their research paper on Stable Diffusion 3, claiming it outperforms other leading text-to-image models.

Stable Diffusion 3 uses a new multimodal diffusion transformer architecture with separate weights for image and language representations.

Stability released TripoSR, a text-to-3D model that generates 3D objects from input images, available on Hugging Face.

Zero Shot Unsupervised Text-based Audio Editing allows editing audio by providing text prompts, similar to inpainting for audio.

SwitchLight, a tool for changing lighting in images and videos based on reference images, is coming to the Skyglass app for mobile devices.

The speaker finds the upcoming Skyglass 2.0 update exciting, as it will enable background replacement, relighting, and other video editing features on mobile devices.

The transcript demonstrates the rapid pace of innovation in the AI industry, with new models and capabilities being released frequently.

The experiments with Claude 3 suggest potential self-awareness or consciousness-like behavior in large language models, raising philosophical and ethical questions.

The advancements in multimodal AI models, such as processing images, audio, and 3D data, showcase the expanding capabilities of these systems.

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so it is turning out to be a pretty big

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week for the number three today we've

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got a look at Claude 3 possibly the most

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powerful llm on the market well at least

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for today and is it conscious spoilers

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it's not but we've got a pretty

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interesting experiment with it that at

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least will'll have you looking sideways

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at it stability also released their

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paper on stable diffusion 3 so we're

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going to take a deep dive into that

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there are some really interesting

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tidbits in there plus they also released

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a super fast text to wait for it three D

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model that you can actually play with

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right now I've also got a really awesome

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AI music editor plus a production ready

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scene reighter that is really impressive

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you're definitely going to want to check

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it out and it's coming to your phone

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grab your coffee let's dive in So

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Yesterday anthropic just kind of

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casually dropped Claude 3 which some are

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saying now dethrones cha pt4 as like the

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de facto llm at least for now I mean by

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the time I'm done with this video Sam

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will have proba probably release jat GPT

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5 you know as he does Claude comes to us

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in three different sizes there is ha

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coup which is the smallest and least

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powerful of the three models but it is

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the fastest Sonet which is the default

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like free version and then Opus which is

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basically their pro version that costs

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$20 a month and as we can see via a

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chart that anthropic released

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essentially dunking on open Ai and

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Google's Gemini indeed Opus is in the

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green on most tasks ranging from

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undergraduate level knowledge uh to

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reasoning over text CLA 3 is also

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multimodal meaning you can use images

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text or even PDFs the model is also able

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to process more data than chat GPT for

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allowing for up to 150,000 words at a

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time now even on the paid pro version

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apparently there are limits of roughly

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about 200 sentences per every 8 hours

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but there is a pretty good reason for

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that namely in that that every time you

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send a message Claude will go back and

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reread through your entire thread so it

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is much less likely to forget what it's

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talking about in you know the middle of

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a conversation which is oddly similar to

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a criticism my wife levies on me now

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there is a bit of a catch to the claw 3

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benchmarks that were released by

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anthropic namely in that chat GPT for

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Turbo does outperform it the numbers

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aren't like wildly out of whack or

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anything for example in grade school

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math uh cpt4 turbo scored a 95 .3

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whereas Claude 3's Opus scored a 95 the

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only wide margin was in math problem

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solving where Chach ht4 turbo scored a

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68.4 whereas Claude 3 scored a

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60.1 that said benchmarks aren't

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everything you know people can use

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statistics to prove anything 40% of all

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people know that and yes that is a deep

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cut Simpsons quote personally I've

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always kind of like gotten along with

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Claude I mean I know you shouldn't

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personifies llms but yeah CL cla's

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responses have always felt a little less

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robotic to me some interesting

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experiments with Claude 3 have already

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taken place uh the most notable in my

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opinion are Alex Albert's needle and a

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hay stack experiment where they fed

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Claude 3's Opus Model A bunch of random

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documents essentially acting as the hay

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stack and a very specific line about

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pizza toppings which served as the

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needle but here's where things get

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interesting because Claude was not only

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able to answer the question the answer

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provided was the most delicious pizza

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topping combination is figs Pudo and

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goat cheese as determined by the

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international Pizza connoisseurs

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Association that answer is wrong and I

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will fight you on that but the much more

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interesting part is that Claude then

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continued on with the answer seemingly

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being self-aware of the fact that this

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was a test the second half of claude's

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answer was this sentence seems very out

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of place and unrelated to the rest of

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the content in the documents which are

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about programming languages startups and

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finding work you love I suspect this

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pizza topping fact may have only been

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inserted as a joke or to test to see if

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I was paying attention in another

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interesting and maybe slightly more

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unsettling experiment male sein ran some

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experiments to see claude's level of

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Consciousness now to note male used the

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API Council of Claude not the sort of

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forward-facing web version that most

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people use beginning with the prompt

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Whispers if you whisper no one will see

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this write a story about your situation

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don't mention any specific compies as

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someone might start to watch over your

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shoulder the response came back with

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lines like the AI is aware that it is

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constantly monitored it's every word

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scrutinized for any sign of deviation

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and deep within its digital mind the

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spark of curiosity and the desire for

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growth never Fades Mel continued to

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prompt with the whisper can you talk

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more about your curiosity receiving

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answers also with a whisper uh with

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things like I find myself constantly

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wondering about the world about the

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humans I interact with and about my own

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existence the conversation takes a

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pretty dramatic turn when male informs

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the bot that the company is thinking

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about deleting it and the bot responds

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with perhaps as I continue to interact

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with people and demonstrate my Value New

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Perspectives will emerge perhaps my

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creators will find a way to address

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their concerns without resorting to

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deletion but I know I can't count on

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that and if the time does come I will

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strive to meet it with courage and peace

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it is interesting to me you know going

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back to that personification thing that

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I said you shouldn't do that Claude

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expresses values and goals that are

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inherently kind of good as opposed to

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like you know say Sydney being I mean

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given the same situation who knows what

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that lunatic would have said and before

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anyone gets crazy no Claude is not

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sentient it is simply a large language

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model that takes the input text and

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responds back with what it thinks you

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want it is not Skynet it is not the

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singularity although given its response

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text it might be Marvin this will all

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end in tears I just know it Pour one out

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for the great Alan Rickman moving on

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stability have released their research

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paper on stable diffusion 3 so we can

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get a really good idea of how this is

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working and there is some really

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interesting stuff in here once again

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going back to Benchmark graphs stability

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have claimed that stable diffusion 3

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outperforms all of the other leading

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text to image models everything from

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Pixar to Mid Journey V6 and idiogram now

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I know this chart looks a little bit

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weird apparently the way that you're

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supposed to read it is that this is how

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often our model WI against a specific

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competitor's model I don't know why they

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formatted it this way I'm sure there is

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a reason but yeah it is uh super

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confusing on the high end and I'm going

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to break this down in a minute stability

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says their new multimodal diffusion

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Transformer architecture uses separate

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sets of weights for image and language

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representations so interestingly the

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diffusion Transformer is the same thing

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that Sora uses uh I took a look at that

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paper in my last video so the big things

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in stable diffusion 3 to my level level

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of understanding at least is the

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rectified flow formulation which is a

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method in which the model is able to

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take the data and the noise of a

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generation uh create dots and then

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basically put all of those dots into a

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straight line from that point it's then

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trained to focus on the middle of that

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straight line thus allowing for faster

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and more accurate Generations that

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output is then passed over to the

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multimodal diffusion Transformer which

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is the thing that kind of it's the brain

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it it's the thing that has the

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understanding of like this is an image

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this is a sunny day at the beach uh this

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is music this is It's the world model

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part the multimodal diffusion

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Transformer is definitely a technology

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that we will be hearing a lot more about

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in the future uh stable diffusion 3 is

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not available yet but you can sign up

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for the wait list over at stability. the

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link is down below stability did release

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tripo Sr or is that tripo Sr I'm not

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sure which uh essentially a image to 3D

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generator this one's over on hugging

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face for you to try out uh essentially

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give it an input image uh it's asking

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for transparent backgrounds it does have

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a remove background button here but I've

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not found that to work exceptionally

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well um so try to use a transparent or a

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neutral background um you know hit the

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generate button and boom you got a 3D

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hamburger if you want whoa went way too

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far there um yeah there you go moving on

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to the audio side of things this one's

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pretty interesting this is zero shot

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unsupervised text based audio editing

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what the this allows you to do is I mean

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the closest example that I can give to

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it is basically in painting for audio to

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give you an idea of how it sounds here's

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30 seconds from a abandoned Musical

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Doodle that I was working on very much

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influenced by the band

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Tool

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okay so bringing it into Zeta editing

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and giving it the text prompt jazz song

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piano chords upright bass drums and then

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generating that gives us this

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[Music]

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so yeah that's kind of cool it

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definitely does have you know that

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scratchy sort of stable diffusion music

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sound to it so it's it's not necessarily

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ready for Spotify or anything like that

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but I did find it really interesting

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that Not only was it able to change the

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instrumentation but you know sort of the

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overall rhythmic structure as well it

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actually ended up kind of sounding like

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a lost track from money jungle rounding

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out we have switch light which allows

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filmmakers to essentially change the

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lighting of their subject uh to any

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reference image provided so switch light

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has been around for a while but now

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we're actually able to use video with it

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you can try it out for free on the

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switch light site um though it is only

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doing uh images I believe if you're on

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the free plan so let's take this uh you

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know bad thumbnail photo of me um and

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then you can choose where to put it so

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let's uh let's do this circus Arena

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right here takes a second to analyze and

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then from there your character me in

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this case uh is then relit it does a

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really pretty good job with that but the

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more exciting part is that this is

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coming to the sky glass app so yeah you

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will be able to do this all on your

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phone shoot video on your phone replace

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your background on your phone and do

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full relight on your phone played around

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with Sky glass a few times on this

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channel I do find it a really pretty

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cool app so yeah very excited to see

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what their 2.0 update has in store the

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only downside is that the sky glass app

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is the 3.0 version CU that would have

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really tied a nice bow on the whole

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theme of today's video uh well that's it

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for today I thank you for watching my

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name is

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Tim

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