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And can i just add a reminder that this has cyber polygon written all over it, it is being sold/promoted as convenience as per usual, then the flick gets switched(not a typo) and POOF all your data disappears into oblivion, do you have a backup of a backup, if not, then you have no backup at all, jus sayin.

 

Artificial.Intelligence, nay, Arrogant.Ignorance more like, on electroids, 🤣

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Ok, now I'll move on with my experiments!

 

First off, I've copied the Transcript (without timestamps) of this random youtube video. No need to watch the video, I just wanted the text of the Transcript.

 

 

 

Here's   an excerpt of the Transcript as obtained directly from youtube ...

 

artificial intelligence is already disrupting every industry we thought it would never touch creative Industries like art music movies and video games all of which are hundreds of billions of dollar Industries or more but just a few days ago Nvidia came out with an incredible research paper focused on generative AI for video a paper that could change everything so in this episode I want to show you the state of the art in a few different areas of design and then explain how nvidia's latest AI breakthrough might be the key to bringing them all together your time is valuable so let's get right into it I want to start this video in an unusual place the body cam footage of a tactical police officer that was dispatched to a nearby abandoned warehouse this video took the World by storm last month because it's actually from a video game called on record which is built in Unreal Engine by a small French indie game Studio named drama and drama is exactly what their gameplay video started the graphics are so photorealistic that many Publications thought it was an outright scam claiming that it was just a real life video with some game elements overlaid on top but this is a real game and the photorealism is actually achieved through a few pretty clever tricks to make it feel like you're looking at real footage from a body cam this is the state of the art of computer generated Graphics today in just a couple of years small Indie Studios won't even need camera tricks to make a game or a movie feel this fully immersive but these Graphics weren't generated with AI in fact the state of video generated with AI looks very different in videos generated entirely by diffusion models the pixels from one frame help inform what should be generated in the next frame one big problem with this approach is there's no real way for them to keep track of the structure of various objects from frame to frame as a result you get this sort of psychedelic painting within a painting within a painting style of motion picture that's not very useful for telling a coherent story there are a few different ways to bring those structural elements back into this kind of video the first way is with video to video Runway is a company that co-created the AI image generator stable diffusion they have a wide set of generative tools for image and video editing their gen 1 video generator takes a video as an input and then lets you edit it using text prompts and image overlays the result keeps the structure of the input video but switches out the look and feel based on the added prompts likewise Wonder studio is an AI toolkit that automatically places computer generated characters into live action scenes it automatically identifies individual actors and can overlay any CG character including all relevant animations and lighting effects based on the camera's position and motion so there are two parts to the process here creating the actual structure and composition of the scene and then adding in the correct skins textures and visual effects on top of that let me quickly highlight a few big Innovations in each of these air areas you probably already know how fast and cheap it is to generate an image with AI tools like stable diffusion or mid-journey but Runway has another tool called infinite image where you can take an existing image and expand it forever using text prompts so now you don't even need to create the whole overlay image or Texture Pack by yourself you can create a part of it and then generate the rest with AI

 

Not very legible is it!

 

So I pasted the excerpt into ChatGPT-4 with this preceeding it in the prompt ...

 

'Correct this youtube video transcript with correct capialization and punctuation but keep the words as they are originally :'

 

After running the prompt, this is what I got ...

 

Artificial intelligence is already disrupting every industry we thought it would never touch: creative industries like art, music, movies, and video games, all of which are hundreds of billions of dollar industries or more. But just a few days ago, Nvidia came out with an incredible research paper focused on generative AI for video, a paper that could change everything. So in this episode, I want to show you the state of the art in a few different areas of design and then explain how Nvidia's latest AI breakthrough might be the key to bringing them all together. Your time is valuable, so let's get right into it.

 

I want to start this video in an unusual place: the body cam footage of a tactical police officer that was dispatched to a nearby abandoned warehouse. This video took the world by storm last month because it's actually from a video game called "On Record," which is built in Unreal Engine by a small French indie game studio named Drama. And drama is exactly what their gameplay video started. The graphics are so photorealistic that many publications thought it was an outright scam, claiming that it was just a real-life video with some game elements overlaid on top. But this is a real game, and the photorealism is actually achieved through a few pretty clever tricks to make it feel like you're looking at real footage from a body cam. This is the state of the art of computer-generated graphics today. In just a couple of years, small indie studios won't even need camera tricks to make a game or a movie feel this fully immersive.

 

But these graphics weren't generated with AI. In fact, the state of video generated with AI looks very different. In videos generated entirely by diffusion models, the pixels from one frame help inform what should be generated in the next frame. One big problem with this approach is there's no real way for them to keep track of the structure of various objects from frame to frame. As a result, you get this sort of psychedelic painting within a painting within a painting style of motion picture that's not very useful for telling a coherent story.

 

There are a few different ways to bring those structural elements back into this kind of video. The first way is with video-to-video. Runway is a company that co-created the AI image generator Stable Diffusion. They have a wide set of generative tools for image and video editing. Their Gen 1 video generator takes a video as an input and then lets you edit it using text prompts and image overlays. The result keeps the structure of the input video but switches out the look and feel based on the added prompts.

 

Likewise, Wonder Studio is an AI toolkit that automatically places computer-generated characters into live-action scenes. It automatically identifies individual actors and can overlay any CG character, including all relevant animations and lighting effects, based on the camera's position and motion. So there are two parts to the process here: creating the actual structure and composition of the scene and then adding in the correct skins, textures, and visual effects on top of that.

 

Let me quickly highlight a few big innovations in each of these areas. You probably already know how fast and cheap it is to generate an image with AI tools like Stable Diffusion or Mid-Journey. But Runway has another tool called Infinite Image where you can take an existing image and expand it forever using text prompts. So now you don't even need to create the whole overlay image or texture pack by yourself. You can create a part of it and then generate the rest with AI.

 

100% more readable I think you'll agree! All nicely capitalized and puntuated. 👍

 

 

 

 

 

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Just now, webtrekker said:

In fact, to be honest, I don't have a lot of data that would interest them anywa, at least not enought that THEY would go to so much effort to steal it.

 

The last three years has been a mammoth effort to search out the net for anything that we can find to the answer of convid, much of it is incriminating evidence, cyber polygon gets mentioned and you have a statement of intent to remove all of that incriminating evidence from the net along with everything else, there's a banking crisis that is happening right now, big reset nonsense and the fact that 'THEY' wanted everyone either 'chipped' or dead and were going after the children as well, so in my view morality is not an issue for 'THEM' either but getting caught, tried and hung when found guilty by judge and jury 'IS'.

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1 minute ago, screamingeagle said:

about DNA storage or comp storage

i need to know which posts to separate into the new thread

 

The main thread was supposed to be about AI. Anything else about data storage etc has nothing to do with the main title so would be best in a thread of its own.

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Ok, back to the main thread.

 

I took a list of the top 100 baby boy names for 2022 and asked ChatGPT-4 to do some work on it.

 

Here's the prompt ...

 

list these names in alphabetical order, drawing a horizontal line after each letter group and ignoring the numbers: 1. Muhammad 2. Noah 3. Jack 4. Theo 5. Leo 6. Oliver 7. George 8. Ethan 9. Oscar 10. Arthur 11. Charlie 12. Freddie 13. Harry 14. Zayn 15. Alfie 16. Finley 17. Henry 18. Luca 19. Thomas 20. Aiden 21. Archie 22. Teddy 23. Lucas 24. Ryan 25. Kai 26. Liam 27. Jaxon 28. Louie 29. William 30. Jacob 31. Ali 32. Caleb 33. Isaac 34. Joshua 35. Jude 36. James 37. Jayden 38. Adam 39. Arlo 40. Daniel 41. Elijah 42. Max 43. Tommy 44. Ezra 45. Mason 46. Theodore 47. Roman 48. Dylan 49. Reuben 50. Albie 51. Alexander 52. Toby 53. Yusuf 54. Logan 55. Rory 56. Alex 57. Harrison 58. Kayden 59. Nathan 60. Ollie 61. Ayaan 62. Elliot 63. Ahmad 64. Kian 65. Samuel 66. Hudson 67. Jason 68. Myles 69. Rowan 70. Benjamin 71. Finn 72. Omar 73. Riley 74. Zachary 75. Brodie 76. Michael 77. Abdullah 78. Matthew 79. Sebastian 80. Hugo 81. Jesse 82. Junior 83. Oakley 84. Abdul 85. Eli 86. Grayson 87. Mateo 88. Reggie 89. Gabriel 90. Hunter 91. Levi 92. Ibrahim 93. Jasper 94. Syed 95. Zion 96. Luke 97. Seth 98. Aaron 99. Asher 100. Blake

 

 

And this is the response ...

 

 

Here is the list of names in alphabetical order, with a horizontal line after each letter group:

 

Aaron Abdul Abdullah Adam Ahmad Aiden Albie Alex Alexander Ali Alfie Archie Arlo Arthur


Asher


Blake Brodie


Caleb Charlie


Daniel Dylan


Eli Elijah Elliot Ethan Ezra


Finn Finley Freddie


Gabriel George Grayson


Harrison Harry Henry Hugo Hunter Hudson


Ibrahim Isaac


Jasper Jason Jack Jaxon Jayden Jesse Jude Jacob Jack


Kai Kayden Kian


Levi Liam Logan Louie Lucas Luke


Mason Mateo Matthew Max Michael Myles Muhammad


Nathan Noah


Oakley Ollie Omar Oliver Oscar


Reggie Reuben Riley Roman Rory Rowan Ryan


Samuel Sebastian Seth Syed Samuel Sebastian Seth Syed


Teddy Theodore Thomas Theo Toby Tommy


William


Yusuf


Zachary Zayn Zion

 

 

Good so far! Another tweak of the prompt and we get this ...

 

 

Here is the list of names in alphabetical order, grouped by the starting letter:

A

  • Aaron
  • Abdul
  • Abdullah
  • Adam
  • Aiden
  • Ahmad
  • Ayaan
  • Albie
  • Alex
  • Alexander
  • Alfie
  • Archie
  • Arlo
  • Arthur
  • Asher

B

  • Benjamin
  • Blake
  • Brodie

C

  • Caleb
  • Charlie

D

  • Daniel
  • Dylan

E

  • Eli
  • Elijah
  • Elliot
  • Ethan
  • Ezra

F

  • Finn
  • Finley
  • Freddie

G

  • Gabriel
  • George
  • Grayson

H

  • Harrison
  • Harry
  • Henry
  • Hugo
  • Hunter
  • Hudson

I

  • Ibrahim
  • Isaac

J

  • Jack
  • Jackson
  • Jacob
  • James
  • Jason
  • Jasper
  • Jayden
  • Jesse
  • Jaxon
  • Jude
  • Junior

K

  • Kai
  • Kian

L

  • Levi
  • Liam
  • Logan
  • Louie
  • Luca
  • Lucas
  • Luke

M

  • Mason
  • Mateo
  • Matthew
  • Michael
  • Myles
  • Muhammad

N

  • Nathan
  • Noah

O

  • Oakley
  • Oliver
  • Omar
  • Ollie
  • Oscar

R

  • Reggie
  • Reuben
  • Riley
  • Roman
  • Rory
  • Rowan
  • Ryan

S

  • Samuel
  • Sebastian
  • Seth
  • Syed
  • Samuel
  • Sebastian
  • Seth
  • Syed

T

  • Teddy
  • Theo
  • Theodore
  • Thomas
  • Toby
  • Tommy

W

  • William

Y

  • Yusuf

Z

  • Zachary
  • Zayn
  • Zion

 

 

It's really good at working with lists.

 

 

 

 
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There is now a browser extension that will add a ChatGPT box at the side of Search results to provide an alternative, and usually more informative description to the paged results.

 

Here's an example (in this case I used Firefox and this extension) ...

 

 

Ex 1: Searching for 'oxymoron' in Google

 

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Ex 2: Searching for a Javascript routine to load a file

 

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