This Thursday (1), Google launched ImageFX, an image renderer with artificial intelligence (AI). The tool is powered by Imagen 2, the company’s most advanced text-to-image dissemination technology.

ImageFX, available on the Labs.Google platform, allows you to create images from text descriptions, just like MidJourney. According to Google, the purpose of the tool is to help discover ideas and creations almost instantly.

Streamlining the creative process, ImageFX also includes an interface with “impressive chips.” The solution suggests features of the image.

ImageFX is publicly available, but not available in Brazil. Here the tool can only be accessed in a single display.

MusicFX improvements

In the same announcement, Google also talked about the improvements implemented in MusicFX. The tool can now create tracks of up to 70 seconds following text commands.

Just like the renderer, the AI ​​comes with “influencer chips” that contain suggestions to improve creations.

According to Google, MusicFX has already been used to create more than 10 million tracks. In this new version, the tool is capable of creating better quality parts faster.

It’s worth noting that all images and music in ImageFX and MusicFX are marked by SynthID, a “digital watermark” developed by DeepMind. Creation allows AI creations to be easily identified, but they are imperceptible to the human eye and ear.

TextFX update

Another tool that received an update was the artificial intelligence writing assistant TextFX. The tool helps you create perfect text in many different styles.

If you’re curious, you can access the tools and learn more about them on the official Labs.Google website. However, there are no predictions regarding the launch of the vehicles in Brazil.

Source: Tec Mundo

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