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What The Rise Of AI Videos Means For The Future


OpenAI, a company backed by Microsoft, is one of the world's leading artificial intelligence research organizations paving the way for AI advancement across multiple technology sectors.

Best known for the creation of ChatGPT, on February 15th the company debuted previews of its new prompt-based AI video generation software, Sora. A text-to-video tool which allows users to input a text prompt into the software which then uses generative AI to create a video based on the input.

While Sora isn't the first of its kind as far as generative AI video tools are concerned, industry insiders have noted the crispness and detail as well as the ability to generate complex scenes and longer length videos than previous models, at present totaling up to sixty seconds in length, as a "significant leap" for the development of the technology.

On its website, OpenAI has stated "We're teaching AI to understand and simulate the physical world in motion, with the goal of training models that help people solve problems that require real-world interaction." While providing several brief examples of videos generated with the software and without any further modification.

The videos span a variety of scenes, including photorealistic clips of puppies playing in the snow, historic footage of California during the gold rush, a robot living in a cyberpunk world, woolly mammoths in the snow, an animation of a cute fluffy creature playing with fairies in an enchanted forest, and various cityscapes along with other animations.

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