Google's new AI can “listen” and create videos from text; paying off

Google's new AI can “listen” and create videos from text;  paying off

According to Google, its platform can also process large amounts of information in a single stream: this includes one hour of video, 11 hours of audio, and codebases containing more than 30,000 lines or more than 700,000 words.

Artificial intelligence turns sentences into video

In Google Workspace (essential for programs like Gmail, Drive, and Meet), Google Vids is new. It's an AI-powered video creation assistant that explains writing, production, and editing tips. This will make it possible, for example, to create a storyboard and create a rough draft using suggested scenes from videos, photos and background music.

The tool, which will launch in June, aims to create videos for product pitches, training or team memorabilia content. For the storyboard, the AI ​​can use files in the user's Google Drive or stock images provided by the company itself. After that, users are free to modify.

AI for GIFs and more

For Imagen 2, a technology that turns text into images, a new feature was announced capable of allowing marketing and creative teams to create animated images (such as GIFs) with security filters and digital watermarks.

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