The Grammarly AI-NLP Club series brings together international leaders and specialists in AI, Machine Learning, and Natural Language Processing to share high-quality research content and learnings.
Join us for our next event on July 7 to explore how the Text-Conditional Image Generation field has evolved in recent years.
► Topic: Text-Conditional Image Generation from DALL·E to Imagen
► Speaker: Oleksandr Skurzhanskyi, Applied Research Scientist at Grammarly
► Who Will Be Interested: Researchers, ML engineers, and anyone with knowledge and interest in Computer Vision and/or NLP
► Where: Online
► When: Thursday, July 7, 18:00
► Language: English
The event is free with mandatory registration. Please look out for a confirmation email with all necessary information, including a link to online streaming. We will start sending confirmation emails on July 1.
If you haven’t received a confirmation email with a link to online streaming by July 7, please contact us at [email protected].
We will send an event recording to all registered participants.
► Summary of the talk:
In this presentation, we will review the current state of the Text-Conditional Image Generation field, available datasets, and automated metrics. We’ll take a look at models starting from Generative Adversarial Networks to the recently released Imagen (from Google) and DALL·E 2 (from OpenAI). We’ll also discuss current progress and trends. No prior knowledge of text2image is required. Join us!