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Stability AI Unveils Advanced 3D Modeling and Enhanced Image Tools for Stable Diffusion

Stability AI has announced major improvements to Stable Diffusion, including better 3D modelling capabilities and image enhancing tools.


Stability AI has unveiled enhancements to its Stable Diffusion AI platform, marking a stride in the realm of 3D content creation. The highlight of these updates is the introduction of the Stable 3D model. Previously, was renowned for its prowess in two-dimensional image generation. However, the Stable 3D model is set to revolutionize this, offering tools that could be pivotal for various 3D content creation avenues, including graphic design and video game development.

Sky Replacer: Transforming 2D Imagery

In addition to its 3D content generation capabilities, has launched the Sky Replacer tool. As the name suggests, this tool enables users to alter the sky in 2D images. This is not just a cosmetic enhancement; it's a tool with practical applications. Emad Mostaque, CEO of Stability AI, mentioned in an interview with VentureBeat“Sky Replacer is great for Real Estate for example.” The tool can change the backdrop of an image, replacing overcast conditions with vibrant sunsets or clear skies, enhancing the visual appeal of properties for potential buyers.

Enhanced Features for the Modern Enterprise

The Stable Diffusion platform now also boasts Stable Fine-Tuning, a feature tailored to assist enterprises in speeding up the image fine-tuning process for distinct use cases. Furthermore, in a bid to ensure content authenticity, Stability AI will incorporate an invisible watermark in images produced by their API. These updates underscore Stability AI's commitment to catering to enterprises' creative development needs as becomes a staple in routine workflows. Mostaque emphasized the company's dedication to equipping creative storytellers with the tools they need, stating, “It's about bringing creative storytellers the tools they need to have that level of extra control over the images.”

A Competitive Landscape and Future Endeavors

The advancements from Stability AI are timely, considering the escalating competition in the text-to-image generation market. Companies like Adobe and are making significant inroads in this domain.

Last month,  announced a novel update to the models that power its Firefly AI-powered image creation service, at its annual MAX conference. The updated Firefly Image 2 is poised to bolster genuine and accurate AI-rendered images of human figures with particular attention to facial features, skin, appendages, and body structure. 

OpenAI's DALL-E 3 was introduced in September as an improvement to its predecessor, DALL-E 2. The newer model allows users to write longer, visually rich prompts, which drive the image generation process. It was initially integrated into the Bing Chat and Bing Image Generator, making 's platform the first to offer widened access to the model.

However, Mostaque is confident about Stability AI's unique position in the market. He highlighted the company's shift from merely offering models to facilitating a comprehensive creative pipeline. With tools like Sky Replacer and Fine Tuning, Stability AI is not just providing features but is focusing on real-world business applications.

In their official blog, Stability AI further elaborated on their next-generation text-to-image products. They introduced the Sky Replacer tool, designed with industries like real estate in mind, and the Stable 3D Private Preview, which aims to simplify 3D content creation. The company also announced the Stable FineTuning Private Preview, which offers rapid fine-tuning capabilities for images. In their commitment to transparency, Stability AI has integrated Content Credentials and invisible watermarking for images generated via their API.

Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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