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Introducing Sora: OpenAI’s New Text-to-Video Magic

Have you heard about Sora?

It’s the latest creation from OpenAI, the brilliant minds behind ChatGPT. Led by CEO Sam Altman, the team is hard at work fine-tuning Sora during its red teaming phase, with input from artists and filmmakers.

Introducing Sora: OpenAI's New Text-to-Video Magic
Introducing Sora: OpenAI’s New Text-to-Video Magic

Sam Altman himself introduced Sora on his X account, sharing a bunch of videos to highlight its amazing visual capabilities.

So, what’s Sora all about? It’s a clever text-to-video tool that turns your words into one-minute videos. Just tell it what you want to see, and boom! Sora brings it to life with cool visuals that look real.

Sora’s powered by some impressive tech inspired by other cool AI models like DALL-E and GPT. It even borrows the recapturing technique from DALL-E 3 to generate descriptive captions for visual training data.



But, like any new technology, Sora isn’t flawless. Sometimes it struggles with making things look realistic or understanding complex ideas.

For instance, it misses details like a bite mark on a cookie when someone takes a bite. It also mix up left and right or have trouble describing events over time as shown in the video by the CEO on X.

Safety is a big concern for OpenAI.

As Image and Video AI keep getting better, there are also some risks to watch out for. Just recently, there was a viral photo of Rashmika Mandana that turned out to be morphed. OpenAI understands how important it is to protect its reputation from these kinds of issues. That’s why they’re working hard on a safety model to keep things in check. They’re teaming up with experts to ensure Sora doesn’t spread fake news or harmful content. They’re also adding special tags to Sora-made content so you know where it’s coming from.

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OpenAI is also planning to include C2PA metadata in the future, a tech standard to verify the origin of media. And they’re leveraging existing safety measures from DALL E-3 products to keep things in check.

Plus, OpenAI’s text classifier will reject prompts that go against their usage policy, like extreme violence or sexual content. Strong image classifiers will review every video frame to ensure they meet OpenAI’s standards.

Introducing Sora: OpenAI's New Text-to-Video Magic
Introducing Sora: OpenAI’s New Text-to-Video Magic

“We’ll be engaging policymakers, educators, and artists around the world to understand their concerns and to identify positive use cases for this new technology. Despite extensive research and testing, we cannot predict all of the beneficial ways people will use our technology, nor all the ways people will abuse it. That’s why we believe that learning from real-world use is a critical component of creating and releasing increasingly safe AI systems over time,” states the official website.

So, no need to worry about Sora going rogue. OpenAI’s got strict rules in place to make sure it only creates good, appropriate content.

As Sora keeps getting better, OpenAI is making sure it’s all about spreading good vibes and cool creations.

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Irfan Saiyed, the founder of @ItechIrfan, has become a notable figure in the tech segment on YouTube, with an impressive subscriber base of 1.82 million and counting. Based in Bharuch, Gujarat, India, Irfan was born on 6th July 1986 and has established himself as a trusted voice in the world of technology.

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