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ChatGPT maker OpenAI's new text-to-video generator: Here's what we know about the new tool

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By WYATTE GRANTHAM-PHILIPS and MATT O'BRIEN

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Meet Sora — OpenAI's new text-to-video generator. The tool, which the San Francisco company unveiled Thursday, uses generative artificial intelligence to instantly create short videos based on written commands.

The impact on games, movies and VR will be much more than that. You can say welcome to the Singularity.

It is learning physics by the neural parameter inputs.

https://www.reddit.com/r/OpenAI/comments/1ascklf/the_fact_that_sora_is_not_just_generating_videos/

To use the over-used term it is a game-changer.

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To see the videos created by this is utterly amazing. Shocking, actually. And to read the limited detail command prompts for what it was told to do and then see the highly complex results is even more unreal.

Though close, its not perfect yet (it seems to distort proportions sometimes between near-ground and far-ground), but to watch it, its almost like watching the imagination of a child. And once this thing matures more (next year?) it will be impossible to distinguish from reality anymore.

This isn't merely a game changer. Its an entirely new game, and many many other games out there are on the brink of deletion.

The dawn of the Matrix is upon us.

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I guess this technology will also be adaptable to 3D model generation eventually.

It will affect video creators and 3D modelers the same way image and text generators are affecting artists, writers, photographers and translators.

It's amazing tech, but my biggest concern are companies chomping at the bit to use it to save money only.

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