During a keynote at its re:Invent conference today, Amazon debuted the Titan Image Generator, which can create new images or customize existing images via a text description. It’s now available in preview for AWS customers on Bedrock, Amazon’s AI development platform. TechCrunch reports: Amazon says that Titan Image Generator was trained on a “diverse set of datasets” across a “broad range of domains” and can be optionally fine-tuned on custom datasets, and includes built-in mitigations for toxicity and bias. (Barring testing, the jury’s out on just how effective those mitigations are, of course.) The company declined to say exactly where those datasets came from however — and whether it obtained permission from or is compensating all the creators of the images used to train Titan Image Generator. […] Sivasubramanian did claim onstage, however, that Amazon will protect customers accused of violating copyright with images generated by Titan Image Generator —

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