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Can Google’s Veo Be The Answer To OpenAI’s Sora? Yes And No

Google last night announced its latest artificial intelligence (AI)-based text-to-video generator model, Veo, at its I/O event, similar to OpenAI’s text-to-video AI model, Sora, which was launched three months ago. Google claims that Veo is the company’s most capable video generation model to date, capable of producing high-quality, 1080p resolution videos exceeding a minute in length, across a wide range of cinematic and visual styles.

As per Google, Veo AI model accurately captures the nuance and tone of a prompt, and provides an unprecedented level of creative control — understanding prompts for all kinds of cinematic effects, like time lapses or aerial shots of a landscape.

Google’s latest video generation model will help create tools that make video production accessible to everyone. “Whether you’re a seasoned filmmaker, aspiring creator, or educator looking to share knowledge, Veo unlocks new possibilities for storytelling, education and more,” the tech giant said.

Users can direct their desired output using text, image, or video-based prompts, and Google says the resulting videos are “more consistent and coherent,” depicting more realistic movement for people, animals, and objects throughout shots.

During the conference, Google also previewed its collaboration with filmmaker Donald Glover and his creative studio, Gilga, who experimented with Veo for a film project.

“With Veo, we’ve improved techniques for how the model learns to understand what’s in a video, renders high-definition images, simulates the physics of our world and more.” said Eli Collins, Vice President, Product Management at Google and Doug Eck, Senior Research Director, Google in a blogpost

Google’s Veo text-to-video AI model looks similar to OpenAI’s Sora. However, Google said that Veo is even more capable of understanding what’s in a video, simulating real-world physics, rendering high-definition outputs, and more.

Can Google’s Veo be the answer to OpenAI’s Sora? Yes, because Veo looks promising, and the samples shown by Google are also convincing. So, Google’s latest video generation model can be a useful tool in the future. No, because we all have to agree that the AI products from OpenAI are far better than Google’s. While OpenAI’s ChatGPT has become the go-to AI chatbot for users worldwide, Google’s Gemini has been struggling to win users’ trust due to inconsistent results.

Both AI models are not available for public use yet. Which one is better remains to be seen, as only time will tell. However, this shows how AI is ready to transform the video landscape inside and out.

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