Sora by OpenAI


Meet Sora , an artificial intelligence that can make videos based on your text description. Yes, yes, you heard right: write to him what you want to see, and he will create it. Magic? Almost. Let’s figure out what kind of beast this Sora is and why it’s cool. After all, all the videos in this article were made using artificial intelligence.

What is Sora?

Sora is not just another AI toy. This is a major step forward in the field of artificial intelligence. OpenAI has taught its new model to turn text instructions into videos. And not just any videos, but realistic and detailed scenes, made exactly according to your request.

Why is this necessary?

Imagine that you want to explain something difficult to someone, or you have a fantastic idea for a short film in your head. Instead of spending hours sketching or trying to find the right images, you write text and Sora turns it into a video. This opens up endless possibilities for learning, creativity and fun.

How it works?

Sora uses a transformer-based architecture tailored for video generation tasks and uses mechanisms similar to those found in GPT-type models and stable diffusion systems. This approach allows the model to process textual descriptions and, based on them, generate visual representations, moving from an initial noise signal to a sequence of frames corresponding to a given scenario. This process involves iteratively improving image quality through gradual noise reduction, drawing on a large corpus of training data to learn and reproduce complex visual and dynamic patterns found in the real world.

Features and Limitations

Sora can create videos up to a minute long, while following all your instructions. This can be anything from a simple scene with two characters to a complex scene with a detailed background.

However, like any technology, Sora is not perfect. She has difficulty handling very complex physical scenes and can sometimes become confused about details. For example, if you ask her to show a character biting a cookie, she might forget to leave a bite mark.

Safety First

OpenAI takes security seriously. Before Sora is released to the general public, it is tested for risks ranging from misinformation to bias. The development team is working to create tools that will help detect and filter potentially harmful or misleading content.

Access to Sora

At the moment, access to Sora in Russia is limited. OpenAI does not provide official information about the availability of the Sora neural network in Russia. However, there are alternative ways to access Sora, such as through services, and to use Sora in the future you will need a ChatGPT account and a ChatGPT Plus subscription .

Why am I telling you all this?

Because Sora is not just a new AI. This is a step towards the future, where technology helps us realize our wildest ideas. Today this is a video based on text descriptions, tomorrow – who knows? Maybe full-length films based on our dreams?

OpenAI gives us a window into a future where the boundaries between imagination and reality blur. Sora is just the beginning. Can you imagine what will happen next?

So stay tuned, experiment and don’t be afraid to dream. These are exciting times in the world of AI, and each of us can be part of this adventure.

You can read more about Sora on  the official OpenAi page .