4 things to know about Stable Diffusion 2.0
Stability AI just announced the latest version of its deep learning, text-to-image model
A few hours ago, Stability AI announced the latest version of its popular deep learning, text-to-image model: “Stable Diffusion 2.0”.
Here are four things to know:
The text-to-image models in this version can generate images with both 512x512 and 768x768 pixel resolutions by default.
The release contains an Upscaler Diffusion model that improves the picture resolution by four. Stable Diffusion 2.0, when combined with text-to-image models, can now create pictures with resolutions of 2048x2048 or higher.
A novel depth-guided stable diffusion model, depth2img, expands the V1 image-to-image capability with brand-new creative application possibilities. Depth2img infers the depth of an input picture (using an existing model) and then creates new images utilizing both text and depth data.
The release also includes a new text-guided inpainting model, adjusted on the new Stable Diffusion 2.0 foundation text-to-image, which makes it simple to replace portions of a picture.
This should please generative AI enthusiasts around the world…
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