Meta unveils Emu Edit: Precise image editing via text instructions
Emu Edit edits like a human through multi-task training.
Artificial intelligence has made incredible strides in recent years at generating and modifying visual content. But a persistent challenge has been enabling AI systems to precisely edit images based on free-form instructions from users. Now, researchers from Meta's AI lab have developed a novel AI system called Emu Edit (project page, paper) that makes significant progress on this problem through multi-task learning. Their work represents a major advance for instruction-based image editing. Let's see what the model can do and how it works!
The Context: AI-Powered Image Editing
Image editing is a ubiquitous task in today's world, used by professionals and amateurs alike. However, conventional editing tools like Photoshop require significant expertise and time investment to master. AI-based editing holds the promise of enabling casual users to make sophisticated image edits using natural language.
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