The Future of Generative AI, Creating Real-Time Movies, Societal Impact of AI | Stability AI CEO Emad Mostaque on Cartoon Avatars with Logan Bartlett

Check out the Cartoon Avatars episode page and show notes


If you can put your idea into words, you can bring your idea to life—no assembly required. Generative AI models are now able to instantly convert text into photo-realistic images, with other forms of media soon to follow, like movies and video games. This has the potential to disrupt the entire creative industry.

Which brings us to a humanity-alternating question: What does society look like when everyone has the tools they need to quickly and easily have creative agency over their ideas? Become a Podcast Notes premium member to find out.

Get Access to the rest of this exclusive post, ad-free browsing and much much more by signing up as a Premium Member, learn more here

So many podcasts, so little time.

  • Podcast Notes Premium pulls out the signal from the noise so you can save time and learn more.
  • Premium members get unlimited access to Notes and Collections.
  • Collections integrate the key information on the most important aspects of life, business, and health.
  • They also provide a comprehensive set of lessons from the world’s greatest minds (Huberman, Naval, Elon, Chamath, and many more).
  • With Podcast Notes Premium, you get unlimited Podcast Notes browsing (over 1,000 notes since 2015), plus 100% ad-free content across all platforms.
  • You’ll also get early exclusive Notes on podcasts before they are published even!
  • Additional benefits include limited edition Podcast Notes magnet/stickers, entry into the Podcast Notes Premium community, priority Podcast Notes episode requests, and access to the Podcast Notes email archives (which contain every weekly email since 2015).

Get access to Podcast Notes Premium today!

Cartoon Avatars : , , , , ,
Notes By Drew Waterstreet

More Notes on these topics

Top Insights and Tactics From

31 Best Podcasts of All Time

FREE when you join over 35,000 subscribers to the
Podcast Notes newsletter

No Thanks