coreml-stable-diffusion-2-base

Maintainer: apple

Total Score

77

Last updated 5/23/2024

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Model overview

The coreml-stable-diffusion-2-base model is a text-to-image generation model developed by Apple. It is a version of the Stable Diffusion v2 model that has been converted for use on Apple Silicon hardware. This model is capable of generating high-quality images from text prompts and can be used with the [object Object] library.

The model was trained on a filtered subset of the large-scale LAION-5B dataset, with a focus on images with high aesthetic quality and the removal of explicit pornographic content. It uses a Latent Diffusion Model architecture that combines an autoencoder with a diffusion model, along with a fixed, pretrained text encoder (OpenCLIP-ViT/H).

There are four variants of the Core ML weights available, with different attention mechanisms and compilation targets. Users can choose the version that best fits their needs, whether that's Swift-based inference or Python-based inference, and the "original" or "split_einsum" attention mechanisms.

Model inputs and outputs

Inputs

  • Text prompt: A natural language description of the desired image.

Outputs

  • Generated image: The model outputs a high-quality image that corresponds to the input text prompt.

Capabilities

The coreml-stable-diffusion-2-base model is capable of generating a wide variety of images from text prompts, including scenes, objects, and abstract concepts. It can produce photorealistic images, as well as more stylized or imaginative compositions. The model performs well on a range of prompts, though it may struggle with more complex or compositional tasks.

What can I use it for?

The coreml-stable-diffusion-2-base model is intended for research purposes only. Possible applications include:

  • Safe deployment of generative models: Researching techniques to safely deploy models that have the potential to generate harmful content.
  • Understanding model biases: Probing the limitations and biases of the model to improve future iterations.
  • Creative applications: Generating artwork, designs, and other creative content.
  • Educational tools: Developing interactive educational or creative applications.
  • Generative model research: Furthering the state of the art in text-to-image generation.

The model should not be used to create content that is harmful, offensive, or in violation of copyrights.

Things to try

One interesting aspect of the coreml-stable-diffusion-2-base model is the availability of different attention mechanisms and compilation targets. Users can experiment with the "original" and "split_einsum" attention variants to see how they perform on their specific use cases and hardware setups. Additionally, the model's ability to generate high-quality images at 512x512 resolution makes it a compelling tool for creative applications and research.



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