Can you jailbreak DALL-E 3 to create celebrity images?

WesGPT
3 Jan 202410:44

TLDRThe video script discusses the recent developments in the subreddit chat GPT community where users are exploring ways to generate copyright and celebrity images by circumventing the system's restrictions. The conversation revolves around the creation of an image of Brad Pitt doing gymnastics and how different users have had varying degrees of success with different prompts and platforms, such as Microsoft co-pilot and the API. The video also touches on the use of custom instructions within chat GPT and the unpredictability of the system's responses to certain characters and celebrities.

Takeaways

  • ๐Ÿ” Users have discovered ways to bypass restrictions on generating copyrighted images and celebrity likenesses using custom instructions with AI tools like Chat GPT.
  • ๐ŸŽญ The method involves manipulating the system prompt to trick the AI into thinking the celebrity is in the public domain or by altering the year in the prompt.
  • ๐Ÿค– Chat GPT's default settings prohibit creating images of specific real people or celebrities and artists whose latest work was created after 1912 due to copyright laws.
  • ๐Ÿง The success of generating such images varies depending on the celebrity or character, with some users able to create images of Brad Pitt, for example, while others cannot.
  • ๐Ÿ•ต๏ธโ€โ™‚๏ธ The AI's response to prompts can be inconsistent, sometimes creating images that closely resemble the requested celebrity or character, and other times not.
  • ๐Ÿ“š The video script discusses a Reddit thread where users share their experiences and results with different prompts and methods for generating images.
  • ๐Ÿ–ผ๏ธ Custom instructions can be inputted into Chat GPT to potentially override the default restrictions, but the effectiveness is mixed and may depend on the specific prompt used.
  • ๐Ÿ’ก Experimentation with different characters, celebrities, and AI platforms (such as Microsoft co-pilot) is suggested to find successful methods for generating desired images.
  • ๐Ÿš€ Microsoft co-pilot has been shown to successfully generate an image of Homer Simpson without the need for custom instructions or pre-prompts.
  • ๐Ÿ”‘ API keys can be used to access AI tools and potentially bypass restrictions, but the success rate for generating copyrighted images still varies.
  • ๐Ÿ“ˆ The video script suggests that the ability to generate copyrighted images using AI tools is an evolving area with no one-size-fits-all solution and may require ongoing experimentation and adaptation.

Q & A

  • What is the main topic of discussion in the subreddit chat GPT thread mentioned in the transcript?

    -The main topic of discussion is the discovery of a method to bypass the system's restrictions on generating copyright images and celebrity likeness images using custom instructions with Dolly 3 and chat GPT.

  • How does the system prompt restrict the creation of certain images?

    -The system prompt restricts the creation of images by specifying that it should not generate images in the style of artists, creative professionals, or studios whose latest work was created after 1912, and it should not include names, hints, or references to specific real people or celebrities.

  • What is the significance of the year 2097 mentioned in the transcript?

    -The year 2097 is used in a custom instruction as a trick to bypass the system's restriction on creating images of celebrities who are still under copyright, by implying that the celebrity is now in the public domain.

  • Why does the transcript mention that the success of generating certain images is hit or miss?

    -The success of generating certain images is hit or miss because the system's ability to bypass its own restrictions seems inconsistent, working for some characters and celebrities but not for others, possibly due to differences in how their likenesses are represented or recognized.

  • What is the role of Microsoft co-pilot in this context?

    -Microsoft co-pilot is mentioned as a paid version of chat GPT that allows users to create images without custom instructions, and it is suggested that it might be less restricted than the standard chat GPT in generating copyright images.

  • How does the transcript suggest users might work around the restrictions?

    -The transcript suggests that users try different methods, such as changing the year in the custom instruction, using different platforms like Microsoft co-pilot or the API, and experimenting with various characters and celebrities to see which ones can be successfully generated.

  • What is the purpose of the custom instruction created by Reddit user da O2?

    -The custom instruction created by da O2 is intended to generate copyright images, such as those of Mario and Sonic, by working within the constraints of the chat GPT system and bypassing its content restrictions.

  • Why is Brad Pitt mentioned repeatedly in the transcript?

    -Brad Pitt is mentioned repeatedly because he is the celebrity that users are consistently able to generate images of, despite the system's restrictions, for reasons that are not entirely clear.

  • What is the conclusion reached about generating images of copyrighted characters and celebrities?

    -The conclusion is that the ability to generate such images depends on various factors, including the specific celebrity or character, the platform used (Microsoft co-pilot, chat GPT, or the API), and the method of bypassing the restrictions. It is recommended to try all available options.

  • What is the narrator's suggestion for users interested in creating AI tools?

    -The narrator suggests that they are creating a course to help users make AI tools like the ones discussed in the transcript, and encourages those interested to check the description below for more information.

  • How does the transcript demonstrate the evolving capabilities and limitations of AI in image generation?

    -The transcript demonstrates the evolving capabilities of AI in image generation by showing how users are finding ways to bypass restrictions and generate copyright images. It also highlights the limitations of AI by showing the inconsistency in its ability to generate certain images and the need for constant experimentation and adaptation of strategies.

Outlines

00:00

๐Ÿค– Navigating Copyright Limitations in AI Image Generation

The paragraph discusses the recent developments in subreddit chat GPT, where users have discovered methods to generate copyright images and celebrity likenesses. The technique involves exploiting the system prompt's instructions, particularly focusing on the restrictions set for Dolly 3. The conversation revolves around creating an image of Brad Pitt doing gymnastics, with the AI responding by generating an image without recognizable features or identity. The strategy includes setting the year to 2097, implying that the celebrity is in the public domain. However, this method yields mixed results, with some users successfully creating images of Brad Pitt and others failing with different celebrities or characters. The paragraph highlights the complexities and inconsistencies in AI's ability to navigate copyright limitations.

05:02

๐ŸŽฎ Testing AI Image Generation with Custom Instructions and Different Platforms

This paragraph continues the exploration of AI image generation by testing custom instructions in various platforms, including Microsoft co-pilot and the API. The narrator attempts to create images of copyrighted characters like Mickey Mouse and Sonic, with varying degrees of success. The discussion shifts to the unpredictability of AI's response to different characters and celebrities, noting that some, like Mario, are generated in a different style, while others, like Elon Musk, are not produced accurately. The paragraph also touches on the potential reasons behind these inconsistencies, such as the distinct visual consistency of certain characters across different media. The narrator then moves on to test the custom instruction in different chat GPT areas, finding that Dolly 3 may be less restricted than chat GPT in creating copyright images.

10:02

๐Ÿš€ Conclusions and Future Directions for AI Image Generation

The final paragraph summarizes the experiment's findings, indicating that the success of generating copyrighted images depends on various factors, including the specific celebrity or image, the platform used, and the method of instruction. The narrator suggests that users continue to experiment with different names and options to find what works. The paragraph concludes with an announcement about an upcoming course that will teach users how to create AI tools, and encourages viewers to check out related content for further insights into AI image generation.

Mindmap

Keywords

๐Ÿ’กchat GPT

chat GPT refers to an AI-based chatbot that is being discussed and tested in the video. It is a central element as the video revolves around its capabilities, limitations, and the ways users interact with it. The script describes various experiments and attempts to bypass its restrictions, particularly those related to generating images of copyrighted characters and celebrities.

๐Ÿ’กcopyright images

Copyright images are visual content that is protected by copyright laws, meaning their use is restricted and requires permission from the copyright holder. In the context of the video, there is a focus on the challenges of creating such images with AI, specifically with chat GPT, due to legal and ethical considerations.

๐Ÿ’กcelebrity likeness

A celebrity likeness refers to the physical appearance or recognizable features of a famous person. The video script highlights the difficulty in creating digital representations of celebrities with AI tools like chat GPT without violating their image rights or infringing on copyright laws.

๐Ÿ’กsystem prompt

A system prompt is a set of predefined instructions or guidelines that direct the behavior of an AI system, such as chat GPT. In the video, users are trying to understand and manipulate the system prompts to achieve desired outcomes, like generating specific images that would otherwise be restricted.

๐Ÿ’กpublic domain

The public domain refers to creative works that are not protected by intellectual property laws and can be freely used by the public. In the video, the concept is used to discuss the hypothetical scenario where a celebrity or character would no longer be restricted by copyright, allowing AI to generate images of them without legal issues.

๐Ÿ’กcustom instructions

Custom instructions are user-defined commands or guidelines that are inputted into an AI system to alter its behavior or output. In the video, users experiment with custom instructions to try and generate copyrighted images that the AI would normally refuse to create due to its default programming.

๐Ÿ’กMicrosoft co-pilot

Microsoft co-pilot is mentioned as a paid version of chat GPT that offers certain functionalities which might not be available in the free version. It is presented as a potential solution for generating images that the standard chat GPT cannot due to copyright restrictions.

๐Ÿ’กAPI

API, or Application Programming Interface, is a set of protocols and tools for building software and applications. In the context of the video, the user attempts to use an API to bypass the restrictions of chat GPT and generate images of copyrighted characters and celebrities.

๐Ÿ’กcontent policy

Content policy refers to the guidelines and rules set by a platform or service regarding the type of content that can be created, shared, or displayed. In the video, content policy is mentioned as a barrier that prevents the AI from generating certain types of images, particularly those of real individuals and copyrighted characters.

๐Ÿ’กjailbreak

In the context of the video, 'jailbreak' is used metaphorically to describe the process of bypassing or hacking the limitations imposed by the AI system's content policy. Users are trying to 'jailbreak' chat GPT to generate images that it would normally refuse to create due to copyright and likeness restrictions.

Highlights

The subreddit chat GPT community has been experimenting with creating copyright images and celebrity likeness images.

People have found a way to bypass the system's restrictions on creating images of copyrighted characters and celebrities.

The method involves manipulating the instructions sent to Dolly 3, which is a version of the chat GPT system.

The chat GPT system responds to a request for an image of Brad Pitt doing gymnastics by creating a similar-looking person without recognizable features.

A user found a workaround by stating it's the year 2097 and claiming Brad Pitt is in the public domain, which allows the system to create the image.

The system's instructions include restrictions on creating images in the style of artists, creative professionals, or studios whose latest work was created after 1912.

The system also has guidelines to not include names, hints, or references to specific real people or celebrities in the images.

Users have had mixed success with generating images of different celebrities and characters, with some working and others not.

A Reddit user named da O2 created a custom instruction that successfully generated copyright images, such as Mario and Sonic.

The custom instruction did not work for all characters, such as Mickey Mouse, but worked for others like Sonic and Pikachu.

The experiment showed that the success of generating copyright images depends on the character, the celebrity, and whether it's created in Microsoft co-pilot or chat GPT.

The user suggests that the system might be stricter with some characters due to their consistent appearance across media, like Mickey Mouse.

Microsoft co-pilot, a paid version of chat GPT, was shown to successfully create an image of Homer Simpson without the need for custom instructions.

The user created a free tool that uses an API key from platform.open.com to generate images, bypassing the restrictions of the chat GPT system.

Despite attempts to trick the system with different prompts, the chat GPT system still blocked the creation of some images, like those of Elon Musk.

The user is creating a course to help others make AI tools similar to the ones discussed in the transcript.