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Open Ai Sora

Open Ai Sora

If you have not seen the announcement out of OpenAi on Sora that just came out, you need to go search for Open Ai Sora Video and take a look at the unbelievable quality of the videos they are now producing. Its absolutely insane how realistic this is versus a year ago.  The implication this has on everything we see online moving forward is going to be profound. In fact they aren't releasing this to the public yet due to fear of misuse. 2024 is going to be an amazing year for AI. I cant wait to see what else is instore for us. 

For more information here is a brief write up on OpenAI Sora that chat GPT put together. 

OpenAI's Sora is a cutting-edge artificial intelligence tool that can transform text into realistic videos up to a minute long. This new tool, Sora, stands out as a significant innovation in the field of generative AI, allowing for the creation of 1080p movie-like scenes from either detailed descriptions, brief prompts, or still images. Sora can handle multiple characters, various types of motion, and intricate background details, showcasing its deep understanding of language and its ability to generate compelling characters that express vibrant emotions.

One of the notable features of Sora is its capacity to generate videos in a range of styles, such as photorealistic, animated, and black and white, while maintaining a reasonable coherence throughout the video duration. Despite its capabilities, Sora is still in the research preview stage, with OpenAI acknowledging that the model isn't perfect and may struggle with accurately simulating complex physics or specific cause-and-effect instances.

Due to the potential for misuse, OpenAI is cautious about making Sora generally available, focusing on working with experts to identify exploits and developing tools to detect whether a video was generated by Sora. The organization is also considering including provenance metadata in the generated outputs to ensure that users can identify the source of the content.

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