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Open AI’s Sora Gets A Competitor As Chinese Company Launches Text-to-video Kling AI Model

Last Updated: June 08, 2024, 16:00 IST

Kling AI model is in its trial period. (Photo Credit: X)

Kuaishou Technology — China’s short-video platform launched a new text-to-video model Kling on Thursday, June 6.

In this fast-paced world, technology is evolving at a rapid pace. It has slowly seeped into every field, reshaping the world like never before. Perhaps the crucial evidence of technological advancements is the introduction of Artificial Intelligence (AI) or AI tools. Open AI — an American artificial intelligence research organisation — has presented the world with an upcoming generative artificial intelligence model called Sora that enables users to produce videos from text commands. But now, Sora is not the sole warrior in the AI field. A Chinese company has come up with an equally impressive AI model named Kling that might pose a tough competition to Sora.

According to a report by the South China Morning Post, Kuaishou Technology — China’s short-video platform launched a new text-to-video model Kling on Thursday, May 6. The firm has joined the race with other Chinese tech companies to rival OpenAI’s Sora. The functions and operations of Kling however are almost similar to Sora. With simple text prompts, Kling can generate highly realistic videos in 1080p high-definition resolution. The videos can be up to 2 minutes long. The model boasts the ability to produce realistic motions on a large scale, simulate the attributes of the physical world, and weave concepts-imagination together.

A slew of demonstration videos have been posted on Chinese social media platforms by Kuaishou Technology. The visuals capture Kling’s prowess in the AI field of turning a text instruction into an in-motion replica. Some of the AI-generated videos by the Chinese digital marvel have also surfaced on X (formerly Twitter).

Sora by OpenAI is insane.But KWAI just dropped a Sora-like model called KLING, and people are going crazy over it.

Here are 10 wild examples you don’t want to miss:

1. A Chinese man sits at a table and eats noodles with

— Angry Tom (@AngryTomtweets) June 6, 2024

In one of Kling’s text-to-video representations, a Chinese man is seen enjoying noodles with chopsticks while sitting on a table. Another visual captures changing landscapes as viewed from a train window. A text prompt read, “A Chinese boy wearing glasses enjoys a delicious cheeseburger with his eyes closed in a fast food restaurant,” and the results were simply hyper-realistic.

X users were bowled over by the innovation and reacted to the videos. “I’m just blown away by this one,” noted an individual. “I am not even sure if this is an AI or real,” joked another. “I can’t wait to play with these AI video generators,” exclaimed an excited user.

I’m just blown away by this one. Looks like a perfectly normal man, not like Will Smith eating spaghetti…

If you know you know.

— Alex Northstar (@NorthstarBrain) June 6, 2024

I am not even sure if this is an AI or real. lol— Manoj Ahirwar (@manoj_ahi) June 6, 2024

I can’t wait to play with these AI video generators— Goran k (@atgorans_k) June 6, 2024

The Kling AI model is still in its trial phase. What are your thoughts on this?

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