Nov. 16, 2023, 7:20 p.m. | /u/Successful-Western27

Machine Learning

Researchers at Meta AI announced Emu Edit today. It can edit images precisely based on text instructions. It's a big advance for "instructable" image editing.

Existing systems struggle to interpret instructions correctly - making imprecise edits or changing the wrong parts of images. Emu Edit tackles this through multi-task training.

They trained it on 16 diverse image editing and vision tasks like object removal, style transfer, segmentation etc.

Emu Edit learns unique "task embeddings" to guide it towards suitable edits …

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