• @lurch@sh.itjust.works
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      -15 months ago

      There’s a fair chance we’ll see (or actually don’t see) a lot more offline use. AI apps are coming to desktop PCs and phones and it means in the long run people don’t have to get some entertaining stuff from the web any more. Like if you want to a cool pic of a dragon for a wallpaper, you can just ask the AI app on your PC and it will make a bunch to choose from.

      • atocci
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        45 months ago

        What’s out there that actually works offline? Stable Diffusion is the only one I’ve heard about, everyone else is more interested in exclusively selling AI as a service.

        • @barsoap@lemm.ee
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          5 months ago

          Llama etc, reduced ChatGPT models. Never tried them but they’re out there. There’s also plenty of support stuff that may or may not be interesting, e.g. turning images into depth maps in case you don’t have enough angles for actual photogrammetry. controlnet-aux for comfyui has a good selection of that analysis stuff.

      • TimeSquirrel
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        215 months ago

        You might be waiting a long time. We aren’t going back and this is one of those things that are not going back into the box. So now we must prepare for it and learn to live with it as the best course of action and make sure it’s not used to oppress us.