Introducing Meta’s website that converts text into photos using AI technology

This website is currently only available to US users / Photo courtesy of Meta
This website is currently only available to US users / Photo courtesy of Meta

On December 6, Google introduced Gemini, its most powerful artificial intelligence (AI) model, and now Meta has created a website where users can create images of their choice.

Imagine This website is based on the AI ​​model Emu developed by Meta.

The company has been working on this technology for several months and it was also announced to be part of various social media apps.

But now, instead of having to install any apps on the phone to use the AI ​​technology to create the images you want, you can do it directly on the Imagine website.

All you have to do is go to the website and create a meta account, after which you can create your own images with written instructions.

Currently, the site is only available to people living in the United States, but soon people from all over the world will be able to use it.

These images look very real and will even have a watermark in one corner that will make it clear that they have been generated with the help of AI.

It will also be possible to save these images as a JPG file.

It should be noted that the Emo model has been trained with 1 billion 10 million images and according to the company used data from public posts from Facebook and Instagram for this purpose.

According to Meta, the technology has been tried to be family-friendly and does not act on violent or inappropriate instructions.

We would love to hear feedback from people who use this website, the company said.

It said that the text-to-photo feature will help users create creative content.

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