Five Minutes of AI — Issue #108

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Welcome to your official daily AI learning resource and news for AI students, researchers, professionals, or even enthusiasts! I share a resource that will teach you something in a few minutes daily, along with exciting news that is worth your time. Keep working on your AI skills, learning new things, and staying up-to-date in a few minutes daily!

This is a list full of learning resources divided into “80/20” sections with a few high-priority readings, for maximum value with minimal time investment, and “deep dive” sections for further exploration. This perfectly fits our “5-minute” daily reads focusing on efficiency and doing 80% of the work in 20% of the time!

This second version offers the same service with better results and more features! It uses new diffusion models in order to generate base images of 512×512 pixels and 768×768 pixels, which you can upscale using their super-resolution upscaler to 2048×2048 or even higher! They also updated their inpainting model and introduced a depth-to-image model that generates new images using both the text and depth information.

Thank you!

I also just wanted to personally thank the recent people that are generously donating some of your preciously earned money to support this channel through Patreon. This is definitely not necessary and strictly to support the work I do here.

Huge thanks to Artem Vladykin, Leopoldo Altamirano, Jay Cole, Michael Carychao, Daniel Gimness and a few anonymous generous donors.

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Louis

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