Your Daily AI Research tl;dr — 2022–11–02 🧠

A new tool for in-line code suggestions, Music editing and generation, and Text-Only Training for Image Captioning!

Louis-François Bouchard


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1️⃣ Text-Only Training for Image Captioning using Noise-Injected CLIP

They consider the task of image-captioning using only the CLIP model and additional text data at training time, and no additional captioned images, using a frozen CLIP encoder and learning a decoder to translate CLIP textual embeddings back into text.

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“We propose SDMuse, a unified Stochastic Differential Music editing and generation framework, which can not only compose a whole musical piece from scratch, but also modify existing musical pieces in many ways, such as combination, continuation, inpainting, and style transferring.”

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🆕 A new tool for in-line code suggestions!

Baed on a language model, the startup Replit introduced a new programming tool, Ghostwriter, that offers in-line code suggestions and other features.

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Louis-François Bouchard

I try to make Artificial Intelligence accessible to everyone. Ex-PhD student, AI Research Scientist, and YouTube (What’s AI).