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🐇 Meet the Game-Changers! Siri's Boost & Samsung's Galaxy AI Advance

Dive into the future of AI with Siri's powerful upgrade and Samsung's rival to ChatGPT in this enlightening edition of The Rabbit Hole!

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Here’s today’s summary:

🍎 Super Siri's Big Unveil
🔮 Debunking Generative AI
🔊 Samsung's Galaxy AI: The Next Frontier?
🏷️ Meta Puts AI Label On Political Ads
🔎 Google Search AI goes global
🐦 Hottest Tweets
🧰 How to Make AI Generated Disney Pixar Animations for Free
🤏 The Curator’s Picks

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🗞️ Hottest News

1. 🍎 Super Siri's Big Unveil

Get ready for an upgrade, folks! Apple plans to supercharge Siri with large language models (LLMs) in iOS 18, with exclusive cutting-edge AI perks landing on the iPhone 16. This has set a buzz among tech enthusiasts who eagerly await the impact of Apple's AI research efforts.

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2. 🔮 Debunking Generative AI

OpenAI's generative software ChatGPT has a new sibling! Advances in machine learning algorithms are enabling AI models to create novel, complex data rather than merely predicting results. Despite concerns about job security and copyright violations, the doorway to new possibilities has swung wide open!

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3. 🔊 Samsung's Galaxy AI: The Next Frontier?

Samsung is not far behind in the AI race with its newly announced AI model, Gauss, featuring a combination of on-device and cloud-based AI capabilities. AI Live Translate Call is the first of many more exciting features to come! Stay tuned, Galaxy users.

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4. 🏷️ Meta Puts AI Label On Political Ads

Taking elections in stride, Meta plans to label political ads generated using AI to ensure transparency, all while Microsoft offers tools to watermark authentic ads. Harnessing AI responsibly remains the key challenge before the 2024 elections.

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5. 🔎 Google Search AI goes global

Google is expanding its Search Generative Experience (SGE) to over 120 new countries and territories, including Mexico, Brazil, South Korea, Indonesia, Nigeria, Kenya, and South Africa. The expansion also includes support for Spanish, Portuguese, Korean, and Indonesian languages. Users can try SGE through Google's Search Labs program, but it is currently only accessible on Chrome on desktop or the Google app on Android and iOS.

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🐦 Hottest AI Twitter Posts

Farewell to Image Annotation Companies - Revolutionizing Image Labeling with GroundingDINO, SAM, and OpenAI Vision API

Breaking News - OpenAI Unveils GPT Builder: Paving the Way for Customized AI Assistants and a Glimpse into the Future of AI Agents

🧰 AI How-To

How to Make AI Generated Disney Pixar Animations for Free

  1. Introduction to AI-Generated Films: Understand the concept of creating Disney Pixar-style animations using AI.

  2. Choose an AI Image Generator: Select a free AI image generator like Leonardo AI, which allows 150 free daily image generations.

  3. Generate a Scene Image: Start by creating an image of the scene you want to animate. Use descriptive prompts, e.g., "A young boy astronaut with brown hair and a blue space suit on a space shuttle launch site in a Disney Pixar movie style."

  4. Adjust Generator Settings: Ensure settings are correct, disabling costly options like PhotoReel Alchemy and Prompt Magic. Choose an aspect ratio (e.g., 16:9) and generate the image.

  5. Refine Image Generation: If the result isn't perfect, describe what you want to add or remove in the image. Use negative prompts to specify what you don't want. Adjust settings as needed.

  6. Upscale the Image: For better quality, upscale the image using an image scaler, like HD crisp scaling.

  7. Use Reference Images: If you have a specific setting in mind, find a reference image online and input it into the image generator along with your prompts.

  8. Create a Video: Visit Pika Labs' website and join their beta program. Start generating videos by uploading the image from step 6.

  9. Crafting Prompts for Animation: Write prompts that describe the subject, scene, style, and movement of your video. For instance, "A young boy with brown hair and a blue space suit walking towards the camera in a Disney Pixar movie style."

  10. Adjust Video Settings: Set parameters for frames per second (e.g., 8-24 FPS), guidance scale (higher for more prompt-following), camera movement (e.g., zoom in or out), motion level (0-3), and a random seed number.

  11. Iterate and Test: After generating your first video, experiment with different variations of prompts, settings, and seed numbers to find the best outcome. Always test multiple versions.

  12. Download Generated Videos: Once satisfied, download the generated videos from Pika Labs.

  13. Enhance Video Quality: Use an upscaling tool like CapCut to improve video quality further.

  14. Add Sound Effects and Music: Select appropriate background music and sound effects to bring your animation to life. Epidemic Sound is a recommended source for royalty-free music.

  15. Generate Voice Over: If needed, generate a voiceover for your animation using tools like Fleeqy.

  16. Editing: Import all elements, including videos, sound, and voiceovers, into your preferred video editing software (e.g., CapCut).

  17. Edit and Finalize: Edit your video to your liking, adding music, sound effects, voiceovers, and fine-tuning the animation scenes.

  18. Export Your Animation: After editing, export your Disney Pixar-style AI-generated animation.

  19. Share Your Creation: Share your AI-generated Disney Pixar-style animation with your audience.

🤏 The Curators Pick’s

🐇 And that's a wrap on this edition of The Rabbit Hole

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