Gboard could translate text-to-image with Imagen

The search engine giant Google constantly works on its AI to enhance its utility. Recently, some rumors suggested that Google may add a new AI feature to its products, which will include the popular Gboard as well. In specific, it seems that the popular keyboard Gboard will be integrated into the text-to-image generator Imagen. So, let’s take a look at this rumored novelty. 

As per the rumors, the latest beta version, of Gboard, has some strings regarding the ‘Imagen keyboard,’ which will appear on the shortcut page where clipboard, translate, and one-hand options are available. As per last May announcement, Imagen is able to pair deep-level language understanding with an “unprecedented degree of photorealism.” (Via- 9to5google)

Let us inform you last year, in a benchmark comparison, which includes VQ-GAN+CLIP, Latent Diffusion Models, and DALL-E 2, the Mountain View company Google stated that Image is widely-preferable by users in terms of sample quality and image text alignment. Google has also named Imagen superior in terms of long texts, rarely-used (not in common use) words, and specifically demanding tasks. 

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However, Google hasn’t revealed any code or a public demo for that. At the end of the last year, only it was said that the task of creating images from text input might eventually be merged into AI Test Kitchen Season 2. It seems that the Gboard and Imagen merged keyboard may be similar to the Emoji Kitchen, which lets you combine emojis to create new stickers.

In particular, you will be able to use the new keyboard as you can do with Emoji Kitchen. It will mainly focus on creating expressive results. Besides, Gboard has also let the user create stickers based on the typed text. Consequently, emerging the Imagen keyboard to Gboard will be indeed helpful and advantageous for the users. 

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