Mark Zuckerberg may have popularized the term “metaverse,” but Meta’s founder and CEO may not be pitching it to users and advertisers with the same enthusiasm he once did. Or rather, it seems so. Recently, Meta has been eyeing generative AI.
Generative AI is a set of machine learning techniques that allow computers to generate text, draw pictures, and produce other media that resemble human output. Now Meta is trying to get users and advertisers hooked on her TikTok-like short-form videos and AI tools.
Recently, a California-based technology company announced Creation of Meta AI, a new product unit focused on artificial intelligence. The division is led by current Chief Product Officer Chris Cox and brings together multiple teams at Meta.
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Meta Announces Dino V2
Zuckerberg claims the Meta team is developing AI personas that can assist users in a variety of ways. This includes trials of AI chat experiences on WhatsApp and Messenger, AI image filters and ad formats on Instagram, and AI video and multimodal experiences.
Last year, Meta AI introduced Make-A-Video. This is an artificial intelligence system that allows users to generate videos from text prompts. Recently, we launched several AI products such as DinoV2 and SAM.
Released on April 17th, DinoV2 is a generative AI model that can rapidly generate 3D assets for virtual worlds.according to blog postmodels can create three-dimensional (3D) shapes using topology, rich geometric details, and textures from data such as images and videos.
DinoV2 uses self-supervised learning. It’s a technique that allows models to learn from large amounts of unlabeled data without external labeling assistance, says Meta. This tool is very useful for video content creators and other applications.
Announcing this morning by Mark Zuckerberg — today we released DINOv2, the first method for training computer vision models that uses self-supervised learning to achieve results that meet or exceed industry standards To do.
Details about this new release➡️ https://t.co/h5exzLJsFt pic.twitter.com/2pdxdTyxC4
— Meta AI (@MetaAI) April 17, 2023
Meta said the model was used jointly restore forward “Map forests tree by tree over a continent-sized area.” DinoV2 can identify and recognize various objects in videos, such as people, pets and other items. You can also identify relationships between these objects and the scene as a whole.
Digital Entrepreneur Abba explained The model was posted on Twitter as a “groundbreaking step towards achieving industry-class computer vision models.” The use of self-supervised learning is a game changer and is sure to make waves in the tech industry. ”
Others have expressed interest in using DinoV2 in agriculture, medicine, and other industries. SAM, on the other hand, is a new AI model that can identify individual objects within an image. It comes with a dataset of image annotations that researchers can use.
Meta’s metaverse problem
In recent months, more and more big tech companies have been chilling out in the metaverse as the focus shifts to the new AI chatbot craze.
In February, Chinese tech giant Tencent Holdings cut headcount in its augmented reality (XR) division and canceled plans for virtual reality (VR) hardware. Both Meta and Microsoft have significantly scaled back their Metaverse plans.
Meta’s Reality Labs division, part of a business focused on VR and the Metaverse, has been losing money since its inception, reporting losses of more than $13.7 billion last year. The company is on track to cut more than 21,000 jobs this year.
Microsoft shut down its VR metaverse division, AltspaceVR, on March 10, laying off all staff working on popular augmented reality projects HoloLens and the Mixed Reality Tool Kit (MRTK).
The reduction is in line with the current hype surrounding AI chatbots, which began with OpenAI’s breakout hit ChatGPT. Microsoft is leading the way in spending on AI tech, with billions pouring into acquiring his ChatGPT power for Bing search.
Meta becomes more aggressive in AI development in a move that could paradoxically strengthen its ambitions as the exodus of a global tech giant raises questions that the Metaverse is losing momentum. It has become
The company’s entry into generative tools like DinoV2 could be seen as a shift to the metaverse, a virtual world where people can interact with each other as they would in the real world. With DinoV2, Meta hopes to create more immersive experiences for its users and push the boundaries of what is possible with AI technology.
AI competition heats up
Meta’s AI focus is part of a larger trend in the tech industry, as companies race to embed artificial intelligence into their products and services. For example, Adobe recently announced several AI tools, including Adobe. teacher.
As MetaNews previously reported, Sensei uses machine learning to automate tasks and improve user experience. Adobe’s AI tools also include Adobe Stock, an AI-powered tool that helps users find the right images for their projects.
1. Adobe Adds Firefly To Video Editing
In addition to simple text commands, edit your videos using:
-AI color correction/enhancement
– Generate animated text and motion graphics
– Matching B-roll footage
– Music and sound effects
– auto-generated storyboardpic.twitter.com/QYljMQnP4I
— Rowan Chan (@rowancheung) April 18, 2023
We also have the Adobe Experience Cloud, which uses AI to personalize the customer experience. However, Adobe has no direct equivalent to DinoV2 or SAM.
However, the fact that DinoV2 requires a large amount of data means that data accuracy can become a major challenge for AI models, as inaccurate or inconsistent data can adversely affect model performance and accuracy. It also means that there is