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【Beginner's Guide to Stable Diffusion】What is ChatGPT?

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July 27th, 2023

Can ChatGPT generate high-quality prompts for Stable Diffusion? The answer is yes. But you will need special methods to tease them out. Once you learn how to do it, the results will surprise you. In this article, I will show you how to do that step-by-step.

What is ChatGPT?

ChatGPT is a chatbot released by Open AI in November 2022. It is built on the GPT-3 family of Large Language Model which was trained with text containing hundreds of billions of words on the internet.

How long is a book with hundreds of billions words? It would take a person more than five thousand years to read it all out.

As a result, ChatGPT contains vast amount of human knowledge. it can generate essays, poems, fictions and even computer codes.

How was ChatGPT trained?

ChatGPT was fine-tuned on top of GPT-3.5. GPT-3 itself is a powerful large language model. It operates like autocomplete. You type in a few words or a few sentences, the model predicts the most likely next words. Because the large amount of data it was trained on, the autocomplete of GPT-3 is supercharged. It can produce an essay of coherent and (sometimes) accurate content.

Human trainers played an important role in fine-tuning ChatGPT’s response. The model was trained to provide answers human trainers would give. Human trainers also ranked ChatGPT’s answers during the training phase so that it would prioritize answers humans prefer.

Does ChatGPT know anything about Stable Diffusion?

Unfortunately, the answer is no. You can easily check by asking ChatGPT the question “What is Stable Diffusion?”. Its answer is

Stable diffusion refers to a type of stochastic process that describes the spread of a certain quantity, such as information or a disease, through a network of individuals or nodes. The term “stable” is used to indicate that the process reaches a steady state, in which the rate at which the quantity spreads through the network is balanced by the rate at which it decays. The most common example of stable diffusion is the spread of a rumor through a social network.

We can debate whether this is complete nonsense, but we should all agree this is NOT Stable Diffusion. Its training data likely predates the release of Stable Diffusion.

Luckily, it knows what text-to-image models and DALL·E are (You can verify). So we can piggy-back on them in our prompt engineering.

How to use ChatGPT

To start using ChatGPT, go to chat.openai.com. Type a question in the input box at the bottom to start a conversation.

ChatGPT is aware of the history of your current conversation. Press “+ New Chat” button on the left panel to start a new conversation.

To see more content about Stable Diffusion from zero click:https://www.hayo.com/article/64c21001ef669957a0d21e63

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