Google introduces an artificial intelligence-based video production system named "VideoPOET." The company's new large language model (LLM), VideoPoet, is capable of creating 10-second videos from entered sentences, marking a significant innovation. In its developmental stage, this system can transform text-based commands into moving content, including photos and visuals. Specifically designed for vertical content creation, VideoPoet sets itself apart from general-purpose models like OpenAI's DALL-E. According to Google researchers, this AI is expected to take on tasks beyond text-to-video, including text-to-speech and speech-to-video in the future.
Additionally, Google's artificial intelligence-based assistant for the Pixel series, known as "Pixie," is noteworthy. Google Pixie, set to be integrated into Pixel 9 and Pixel 9 Pro models, offers advanced features in voice communication, providing high-performance information retrieval and delivery. Google plans to extend this AI assistant, equipped with enhanced capabilities, to all Android phones in the coming years.
Google's AI-focused initiatives in the digital marketing domain reflect the rapidly evolving landscape of technology. Companies must continually adapt their strategies to align with these changes. These innovations are poised to make significant contributions to the future of digital content creation and user experience.