Amazon is joining the ranks of many other IT giants and startups that have already released an image generator. Additionally, Amazon is launching an image generator.
Amazon introduced the Titan Image Generator during a keynote address at its Invent conference this morning. Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers may immediately use a preview version of the software. Titan Image Generator is a member of Amazon’s Titan family of generative artificial intelligence models. It can generate new images based on a text description or modify existing images.
Swami Sivasubramanian, the Vice President of Data and Machine Learning Services at Amazon Web Services, stated onstage that “[you] can use the model to easily swap out an existing background to a background of a rainforest, for example.” “And you can use the model to seamlessly swap out backgrounds to generate lifestyle images, all while retaining the primary subject of the image and creating a few more options,” the author writes.
According to Amazon, Titan Image Generator was trained on a “diverse set of data sets” that span a “broad range of domains.” Additionally, it can be fine-tuned on unique data sets and comes with built-in mitigations for toxicity and bias. On the other hand, the business did not disclose the precise origin of those data sets, nor did it determine if it had gotten permission from all of the producers of the photos that were used to train Titan Image Generator or whether it was compensating them.
Onstage, Sivasubramanian asserted that Amazon would cover customers accused of breaking copyright with photos created by Titan Image Generator. This is due to the company’s policy regarding the indemnification of artificial intelligence customers.
During the conversation, he stated, “We are carefully choosing how we train our models and the data that we use to do so.” “As a result of these investments, our clients will have the ability to choose the models that are most suitable for their needs, even as those needs continue to develop and evolve.”