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**Amazon Introduces AI-Powered Image Generator**

Amazon has hopped on the same bandwagon many major tech companies have hitched a ride on this year …

Amazon has joined the trend embraced by numerous major tech firms this year by introducing its own image generator. The Titan Image Generator is now available for AWS customers to preview on the Bedrock console. Users have the option to input a text prompt for creating an image from scratch or to upload an image for editing purposes.

According to Amazon, this tool can efficiently produce high volumes of studio-quality, lifelike images at a minimal cost. The AI is designed to generate pertinent images based on intricate text prompts, ensuring precise object composition with minimal distortions. This capability aids in reducing the creation of harmful content and curbing the dissemination of misinformation.

For those interested in image editing, the tool allows users to pinpoint specific areas for adding or removing details. For example, they can alter the background or exchange objects in a subject’s hand. Additionally, the AI can expand an image’s borders by incorporating artificial details, similar to Photoshop’s Generative Expand feature.

Amazon has implemented an imperceptible watermark on the generated images through Titan. This feature is intended to assist in identifying AI-generated images discreetly, thereby promoting the secure and transparent advancement of AI technology and diminishing the spread of misinformation. The company asserts that these watermarks are resistant to alterations. Furthermore, the AI can provide a description of the image or relevant text suitable for a social media post, as demonstrated during the image generator’s unveiling at Amazon’s AWS re:Invent conference.

At the same conference, Amazon showcased its latest AI chips and unveiled a business-oriented AI chatbot named Q. Moreover, the company has introduced a tool for advertisers to incorporate AI-generated backgrounds into product images.

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Last modified: February 8, 2024
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