Welcome to our October 2022 recap. This month we have articles on DALL.E 2, a machine learning tool that generates images from text descriptions and Microsoft Designer, the new graphic design software from Microsoft. There’s also an in depth look at Vertex AI, a single AI platform which brings together the Google Cloud services for building ML under one, unified UI and API. Our latest post month takes a look at Toyota’s Electric Vehicle strategy.
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Did you know that we can use machine learning to produce amazing images from text descriptions? Yes, DALL.E 2 is a machine learning model, released in 2022, that can produce amazing images from text descriptions. It is created by OpenAI.
Microsoft partners with OpenAI to launch new graphic design software that will compete with Canva and Adobe.
In a partnership with OpenAI, Microsoft has announced its plans to launch Microsoft Designer. This new graphic design software aims to provide customers with a user-friendly interface where they can create unique social media graphics, posters, presentations, invitations and other visual content.
Are you looking for a single development environment for the entire data science workflow? Do you need a notebook-based environment to query and explore data? Are you planning to develop and train a model, and run your code as part of a pipeline? Then look no further than Vertex AI. The notebook-based environment of Vertex AI Workbench allows you to run your code as part of a pipeline, develop and train a model, and query and explore data.
Toyota has announced that it will be re-evaluating its Electric Vehicle strategy in a bid to speed up the entry of its electric vehicle into the market and compete with Tesla, which has so far dominated the Electric Vehicle space.