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Google’s Imagen AI creates photorealistic images from natural text

Text-to-image artificial intelligence programs have been around for a while now. However, a new AI program called Imagen, developed by Google, is able to generate realistic images based on textual descriptions, and the results are pretty impressive. Imagen uses natural language text input to convert input text into embeddings. The text embedded in the image...

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What are Micro Frontends?

Micro frontends are an architectural concept, based on the principle of breaking down your app into smaller apps with their own repositories that focus on one feature. This architecture can be used in many ways and allows for a great degree of flexibility. For example each app can be implemented using different frameworks. Or, it...

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A killer app for the metaverse? Fill it with AI avatars of ourselves – so we don’t need to go there

Big numbers coming. Microsoft’s US$75 billion (£55 billion) acquisition of Activision Blizzard has landed – true to Call of Duty vernacular – “like a bomb” on the US$200 billion revenue video games industry. It heavily arms the Xbox giant for its vision of the metaverse, in which gaming is the marketing adrenaline of this much-touted...

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How to analyse Heatmaps

If you want to analyse heatmaps, be sure to answer at least five questions. This makes sure that your analysis helps you optimizing your website. Let’s start with the list of five essential questions that you can answer with heatmaps: Are people seeing important content? Are people clicking on page elements such as buttons, links,...

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