Five companies were selected for Disney’s 10th Accelerator program. Three specialize in AI, one in VR, and another in autonomous vehicles.
Built on OpenAI’s Dall-E and GPT models, Sora can also take an existing video and extend it or fill in missing frames.
Apple has published a research paper which explains the advancements its making in the generative AI field with its Keyframer model.
The model’s creator admits its Stable Diffusion foundation is problematic, but says the public domain could provide answers to many ethical and legal questions about generative AI.
The startling report makes one thing clear: generative AI is here today and wreaking havoc right now.
Lumiere advances the tech industry’s push to generate animation through artificial intelligence.
Developed by computer scientists at the University of Chicago, Nightshade confuses AI training models with bad data.
The Anime Chain Initiative believes that its blockchain-driven AI model will be financially beneficial to both AI users and the rightsholders of the training data.
In a roundtable, he added: “As an animation studio, I just think it’s important we protect the artists and the art form as long as we can.”
AI developers say it’s not their fault that their machine learning programs produce copyrighted material, even though they are the ones who trained their systems on copyrighted materials without permission.
The key issue: Microsoft’s AI image-creation tools were generating a Disney-Pixar logo.
According to the company, “AI technology trained on hundreds of voice clips and images” will
“In the good old days it took 500 artists five years to make a world-class animated movie. I think it won’t take 10% of that three years from now,” he claimed during a panel.
This year’s Summit runs from November 1-3 at the Garland in North Hollywood.
The company’s aim is to “democratize 3d animation.”
This year’s conference boasts an incredible speaker lineup and several panels of the impact of AI.
The director also bemoaned growing up in Burbank, recalled walking the halls of Calarts Naked, and shared his opinion on modern Disney.
The actor’s union SAG-AFTRA could strike against video game companies if they can’t come to an agreement on the use of artificial intelligence in game production.
Numerous AI tools have been released this year with the aim of eliminating storyboard artists. The animation industry needs to respond.
A prominent figure in tech makes a strong argument for why the public must take a stand against AI before it’s too late.