Featured on 2019/06/18
The world’s most popular computer graphics company wants to use AI to detect manipulated images and video. Is it too little too late?
Featured on 2019/06/14
AI systems, however, are not inherently biased – they only reflect the biases of their designers and the data they are trained on.
Featured on 2019/06/13
A new algorithm, developed by University of Washington and Facebook, can “wake up” people in still photos.
Featured on 2019/05/27
The company recently showed off AI that allows it to “puppet” someone’s face onto another person’s body–using only a single photo for reference.
Featured on 2019/04/25
A slew of startups are using AI to push the boundaries of media manipulation–and they all promise to have ethics in mind.
Featured on 2019/03/17
The images are huge and square and harrowing: a form, reminiscent of a face, engulfed in fiery red-and-yellow currents.
Featured on 2019/03/11
Over the past few years, many artists have started to use what's called "neural network software" to create works of art.
Featured on 2019/02/09
A new paper from NVIDIA recently made waves with its photorealistic human portraits.
Featured on 2018/12/28
The opening line of Madeline Miller's Circe is: "When I was born, the name for what I was did not exist."
Featured on 2018/11/08
Controlled image synthesis and editing using a novel TL-GAN model.