This research paper explores the effects of data variance on the quality of Artificial Intelligence image generation models and the impact on a viewer's perception of the generated images. The study examines how the quality and accuracy of the images produced by these models are influenced by factors such as size, labeling, and format of the training data. The findings suggest that reducing the training dataset size can lead to a decrease in image coherence, indicating that AI models get worse as the training dataset gets smaller. Moreover, the study makes surprising discoveries regarding AI image generation models that are trained on highly varied datasets. In addition, the study involves a survey in which people were asked to rate the subjective realism of the generated images on a scale ranging from 1 to 5 as well as sorting the images into their respective classes. The findings of this study emphasize the importance of considering dataset variance and size as a critical aspect of improving image generation models as well as the implications of using AI technology in the future.
- Effects of Training Dataset Variance on Artificial Intelligence Image Generation