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methexis-inc/img2prompt – Run with an API on Replicate

methexis-inc/img2prompt – Run with an API on Replicate

Public Get an approximate text prompt, with style, matching an image. (Optimized for stable-diffusion (clip ViT-L/14))

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Img2Prompt

Get prompts from stable diffusion generated images.

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img2prompt And 2 Other AI Tools For Image to text

Methexis-Inc/img2prompt is a tool designed to generate approximate text prompts that match an image. This tool is particularly optimized for stable-diffusion (clip ViT-L/14). The tool is based on the open-source CLIP Interrogator notebook created by @pharmapsychotic and utilizes the OpenAI CLIP models to match an image to a variety of artists, mediums, and styles. The results of the comparison are then combined with BLIP captions to generate a text prompt that can be used to create additional images similar to the original. The tool can be run via an API, or the GitHub repository and license can be accessed for more information. Predictions typically complete within 24 seconds and run on Nvidia T4 GPU hardware.

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From Images to Textual Prompts: Zero-shot VQA with Frozen Large …

From Images to Textual Prompts: Zero-shot VQA with Frozen Large ...

Help | Advanced Search Large language models (LLMs) have demonstrated excellent zero-shot generalization to new language tasks. However, effective utilization of LLMs for zero-shot visual question-answering (VQA) remains challenging, primarily due to the modality disconnection and task disconnection between LLM and VQA task. End-to-end training on vision and language data may bridge the disconnections, but is inflexible and computationally expensive. To address this issue, we propose emph{Img2Prompt}, a plug-and-play module that provides the prompts that can bridge the aforementioned modality and task disconnections, so that LLMs can perform zero-shot VQA tasks without end-to-end training. In order to provide such prompts, we further employ LLM-agnostic models to provide prompts that can describe image content and self-constructed question-answer pairs, which can effectively guide LLM to perform zero-shot VQA tasks. Img2Prompt offers the following benefits: 1) It can flexibly work with various LLMs to perform VQA. 2)~Without the n

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Img2Prompt and improve the prompts with a Chatbot [Free Tool …

Img2Prompt and improve the prompts with a Chatbot [Free Tool ...

/r/StableDiffusion is back open after the protest of Reddit killing open API access, which will bankrupt app developers, hamper moderation, and exclude blind users from the site. More info: https://rtech.support/docs/meta/blackout.html#what-is-going-on Discord: https://discord.gg/4WbTj8YskM Check out our new Lemmy instance: https://lemmy.dbzer0.com/c/stable_diffusion

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Replicate on X: “img2prompt from @AIMindFlow can help you think …

Replicate on X:

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Img2Prompt : An optimised version of Clip Interrogator on Replicate …

Img2Prompt : An optimised version of Clip Interrogator on Replicate ...

/r/StableDiffusion is back open after the protest of Reddit killing open API access, which will bankrupt app developers, hamper moderation, and exclude blind users from the site. More info: https://rtech.support/docs/meta/blackout.html#what-is-going-on Discord: https://discord.gg/4WbTj8YskM Check out our new Lemmy instance: https://lemmy.dbzer0.com/c/stable_diffusion

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Img2prompt · Issue #320 · easydiffusion/easydiffusion · GitHub

Img2prompt · Issue #320 · easydiffusion/easydiffusion · GitHub

We read every piece of feedback, and take your input very seriously. I would like to see an image to prompt option, because it’s useful for making like a real picture into a cartoon style picture.

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Javi Lopez ⛩️ on X: “5️⃣ Automatic reverse engineering using …

Javi Lopez ⛩️ on X:

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