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Emad(@EMostaque) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Right we are reopening the Beta list for a few days for and future models.

Probably the last time as have some amazing folk there and launching Phase II web & Phase III soon.

stability.ai/beta-signup-fo…

And a awaaaay we go 💨

(h/t Jooshwa for the healing pics)

Right we are reopening the Beta list for a few days for #StableDiffusion and future models. Probably the last time as have some amazing folk there and launching Phase II web & Phase III soon. stability.ai/beta-signup-fo… And a awaaaay we go 💨 (h/t Jooshwa for the healing pics)
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Ken Tremendous(@KenTremendous) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Yeah this seems like maybe a situation where the National Archives was like hey man we need that secret communication with Kim Jong-un back, you can't like frame it and hang it in the Versailles Room at your golf club

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Jay Rosen(@jayrosen_nyu) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Events of huge importance + the entirety of what is known about them can fit into a few paragraphs. Conditions ideal for some of Beltway journalism's bad habits.

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Jeremy Littau(@JeremyLittau) 's Twitter Profile Photo

A problem with the way objectivity manifests in U.S. journalism is on display as our news system uncritically passes on GOP outrage about the Trump raid. Statements are just stenography and rarely strained with an eye on credibility. (1/4)

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Michael Hobbes(@RottenInDenmark) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Pretty incredible that the WaPo fact-checker thought it was suspicious for a doctor not to provide identifying information about one of her patients — something that's against the law for doctors to do.

Pretty incredible that the WaPo fact-checker thought it was suspicious for a doctor not to provide identifying information about one of her patients — something that's against the law for doctors to do.
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