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An arachnid man once said: ” with great power comes great responsibility”. In the case of AI, this statement could not be more accurate. With the quick appearance and large availability of generative AI, issues around ethics and responsible behaviour have increased, forwarding the debate to the front of many
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The world is ablaze with generative AI. A few words put together in a barely legible English phrase and out comes visual art almost equivalent to what great artists have only sporadically allowed us to enjoy throughout human history. What took decades upon decades to master and only granted to
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While we have known for quite some time how colors, shapes, and distribution deeply affect how we perceive and thus interact with the world, this science had remained on the shelves of academia. Until now. With 41% of marketers publishing visual content 2 to 5 times a week to get
If 2021 was the year of the NFT, 2022 is the year of generative AI. With the release of version 2 of DALL·E, OpenAI has unleashed world awareness on the possibility of synthetically created visual content. In its wake, developer and companies are proposing interesting ways to handle and interact
If you haven’t heard about Dalle-2 or any of its variations ( Imagen, Midjourney, Wombo), you are probably on a very unplugged vacation or have found that rock where, for some reason, some people sleep under. Regardless. Generative AI is here and, while not perfect, shows promises of excellence. While
Om Malik. Instagram is dead. This was the conclusion last week of the writer, photographer, and investor Om Malik. Much to his regrets – as he was a big fan of what was initially a mobile social network based on visual storytelling – Instagram has died. In Om’s own
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Is it me, or do we really see way more imaging visual tech announcements popping up each week that have game-changing potential? In any case, here are 6 visual tech announcements from just the last couple of weeks that each could completely change how we view, capture, or edit visuals.
Synthetic media is out of the research papers and going mainstream. In the last year, a handful of companies have made the technology accessible via innovative applications. Bria, an Israel-based start-up, is one of the newest addition in this field, recently launching with revolutionary AI-assisted creative tools. But it is
As photography replaced drawing in some of its functions, the same is happening with synthetic media and photography. As we extend our plane of existence into becoming partly digital – think metaverse – tools like light-produced photography become inadequate. And while we accept a new representation of reality, the discourse
Understandably, new powerful technologies like generative AI triggers anxiety. But the conversation needs to evolve and move on from the fear of what it might potentially do if left unrestrained: From cataclysmic copyright infringement to the complete substitution of our reality, it is bringing a tsunami of society devastating changes. And if our elected political …
As of today, everyone can download and use true to life 100% AI-generated images. Washington DC, USA. January 5, 2022. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE. Synthetic content pioneer VAIsual and PantherMedia, Germany’s leading stock photo agency, are proud to announce an industry milestone: For the first time ever, 100% synthetically generated stock images are now available for …
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