An AI-powered service called Deep Nostalgia that animates still photos has become the main character on Twitter this fine Sunday, as people try to create the creepiest fake “video” possible, apparently.
Directly speaking to virtual characters – and getting convincing results no matter what you ask – was not thought possible until recently. But a recent breakthrough in machine learning makes this idea finally possible.
A Cruzcampo brewery used a deepfake of Lola Flores in a controversial new commercial.
The celebrated Spanish singer Lola Flores died in 1995, but a brewery is using AI to bring her back to life.
DALL·E is a 12-billion parameter version of GPT-3 trained to generate images from text descriptions, using a dataset of text–image pairs.
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