Google introduces its upcoming text-to-video AI program in 60 more minutes


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Google is trying to show the world that it is engaged in artificial intelligence research and products. Some of the company’s current and upcoming efforts were showcased Sunday night during two segments of the CBS News’ 60 Minutes program.

However, CBS News showed even more content than this segment on its 60 Minutes overtime Videos on her YouTube channel. One of these clips demonstrated some unreleased generative AI services. One of them was called “MediaGen” and would be Google’s version of an AI art generator, similar to other programs like Midjourney and Microsoft’s Bing Image Creator.

However, Google also introduced an upcoming text-to-video program. The 60 Minutes clip Overime showed it was called “Google Phenaki”. The short clip showed the program producing a rather crude animation when asked to create a video showing a dog with wings walking in a field. Google’s research division Worked on this Phenaki model For a while, but it hasn’t gotten much media attention until now. The 60 Minutes More video does say that the new service will not create videos that use humans, for fear of creating “deep fakes” of people.

The main 60 Minutes segment only briefly mentioned Microsoft’s own Bing Chat. Aside from those few seconds, the entire story revolved around Google’s current AI efforts, which included a visit to the company’s robotics labs. One interesting thing about the Google Bard-centered story is that when asked how to deal with recurring inflation in advanced economies, Bard listed five books to learn more about. The only problem is that all five books did not exist. In this case, Bard had a “hallucination” and compiled the titles, authors, and descriptions into a list.


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