In a recent post, I presented the vision of an evidence hiearchy according to DALLE Mini (now ‘Craiyon’). That model is a miniature equivalent of the much more powerful GPT-3 derived DALLE 2 image generator, which takes a text prompt and generates 1024×1024 images to match.
Recently, I was able to get access to DALLE 2, and put some of the same prompts to it. The results certainly showcase the power difference between a relatively small model like DALLE Mini and the full-fledged GPT-3 iteration. Here are the results for ‘Hierarchies of evidence in evidence-based medicine’ and ‘Evidence pyramid in medicine’ from DALLE 2.