This year has been full of news for artificial intelligence. The one has caused the most ink to flow and the most pixels to be displayed is the use of AI for artistic creation.
With the new DALL-E 2 software by OpenAI, Midjourney and others, anyone can now try their hand at creating art using AI. By entering a few words of natural language, the AI creates a new image. The models have been trained on millions of images and the question of the intellectual property of these images is now being raised. More philosophically, is dictating instructions to an artificial intelligence an artistic act?
In the same vein, Meta unveiled on September 29th "Make a video", its new artificial intelligence project. It generates a short video from a sentence or text. This technology is not yet available to the general public.
In this new edition of Roberta, we take a closer look at these news related to artificial intelligence. We then illustrate our know-how with a use case on the detection of a ghost submarine in Libya thanks to our AI and share an article on dataset visualization for Machine Learning. And to smoothly start off this last quarter of the year, we look back at the origin of artificial intelligence with the story of Alan Turing in our latest episode of Roberta, the Podcast.
Arnaud Guérin and Renaud Allioux, co-founders at Preligens