RunwayML Puts Machine Learning in the Hands of Creators #machinelearning #runwayml #creators @runwayml @shiffman
Runway is a platform built for creators to use machine learning ‘out of the box’. The goal of the project is to make machine learning more accessible:
We are fostering a unique community where machine learning stops being an exclusive technology and becomes a comprehensive instrument for creators. Runway was built with a simple idea in mind: let’s put machine learning in the hands of creators.
The RunwayML beta was announced on Twitter in June. The application has a plethora of pre-trained machine learning models that can be used for processing images, videos and more. If you’d like to see it in action, Daniel Shiffman posted a helpful Introduction to RunwayML on his YouTube channel this week. Shiffman is an advisor to Runway ML and has some great advice for getting started. If you’d like to learn more, take a look at the RunwayML learn guides or GitHub.
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