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Amazon's AI also produces images from text: Titan Image Generator is like DALL-E, but much more professional

At the recent conference re:Invent 2023 Las Vegas, AWS introduced Titan Image Generator, a fascinating innovation in the field of generative artificial intelligence. This tool stands out for its ability to create high-quality, realistic images from simple text descriptions, showing huge potential for developers and the tech industry. It is worth mentioning that the company also unveiled Amazon Q.

How Amazon's Titan Image Generator works

This text-to-image model, even more advanced than its predecessors, allows you to generate studio-quality images from descriptive text, as demonstrated by the creation of extremely detailed images. You can see the videos below how these images are generated. Given the very short prompt, you can assume that the amount of detail is due to the amount of data that AWS trained the model with Titan Image Generator.

Difference with DALL-E and other competitors

Unlike other solutions already on the market, such as Bing Image Creator based on OpenAI's DALL-E, Titan Image Generator it is not available as a standalone application or via web interface. Rather, AWS designed it as a tool for developers, who can integrate it into their projects to explore new creative and functional frontiers.

One of the distinctive features of Titan Image Generator is integration with AWS Bedrock service. This not only facilitates the creation of images but also their modification, such as removing or replacing the background. Additionally, AWS has implemented a invisible watermark in the images generated, thus ensuring recognition of their origin. This watermark, unalterable by cropping or compression, can be discovered through a public API, an essential requirement to comply with agreements with the White House.

Like the Amazon Q chatbot, this product is for the exclusive use of one market share that works with artificial intelligence. We don't know if it will be available to a wider audience in the future. The technology, in fact, is mainly aimed at sector enterprise, reflecting AWS' business strategy in generative AI.

Gianluca Cobucci
Gianluca Cobucci

Passionate about code, languages ​​and languages, man-machine interfaces. All that is technological evolution is of interest to me. I try to divulge my passion with the utmost clarity, relying on reliable sources and not "on the first pass".


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