Creating AI-Generated Memes is a bit of a niche. There are several apps and sites that allow users to create and share memes. These include DALL-E Mini, MemeMe, Memespot, and Imgflip. Each has its own unique style and capabilities.
Imgflip AI is a bit different than most of the other meme generators on the market. It funnels the text generated by its users into a deep artificial neural network. The network is trained using 48 of the most popular meme templates and public images. The result is a pretty funky collection of memes. The network’s output can be resized, rotated, and rearranged. It is also free to use on a limited basis, though it can be expensive to run. The site’s creators used 100 million public captions, which is not a trivial feat. It’s also impressive that they were able to create these captions using only public images.
In addition to the aforementioned “Imgflip swans,” the site’s AI genus has generated more than a few wacky memes. One of these is a Boromir from The Lord of the Rings, which appears to be made of pixels. Another is a troll version of Drake, which is more humorous than scary.
Creating AI-generated memes requires the use of a few simple tools. The first step is to find an image that is funny, fun, or otherwise worth sharing. Next, you have to edit the image in Photoshop or other software. You can use stickers, emojis, and prompt texts to help you complete the image. Then, you can use Imgflip’s aforementioned AI generator to add text to the image. You can even tweak the font, size, and color.
The AI genus also uses some clever technology to create a random-looking caption. The site’s creators fed the algorithm 20,000 examples from each template. They also used a pre-trained GPT-2 language model as the main engine. The site’s creators then used this engine to fine-tune the 800,000 meme captions from Imgflip.
Imgflip’s AI generator can generate a random-looking caption for an image. The site also makes it easy to check out the quality of the resulting memes. Users can check out a list of popular templates and then select one. The site also has a meme generator, allowing users to create their own memes using the site’s templates. However, it only allows users to use the neural network on a free account.
The site has a surprisingly comprehensive collection of templates, including ones for celebrities like Drake and Spongebob. There’s also a slew of templates for different types of images, such as the famous foot picture. The site also allows users to generate their own captions. It’s a great tool for people who want to create a few funny pictures to share.
Masab Farooque is a Tech Geek, Writer, and Founder at The Panther Tech. He is also a lead game developer at 10StaticStudios.
When he is not writing, he is mostly playing video games