Social networks are what you make from them: they can be a way to waste time, but also a useful tool to grow your business and reach people. In this video, Chelsea Nicole tells you more about how to do the latter. She offers some bulletproof strategies that will help you reach more Instagram users and turn them into your clients, even if you don’t have a large follower base.
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A pigeon scares a meteorologist as it photobombs a live camera
When animals photobomb my shots, it’s the cutest thing. I don’t know about you, but I just can’t get mad at them. But when they photobomb a live camera during a broadcast and startle a meteorologist, you get a darn hilarious moment live on TV. This recently happened to an NBC6 South Florida weather presenter, and it was as charming as it was funny.
TikTok to let you discover new content via AI chatbot
It looks like AI is everywhere now: we create and edit images with its help, we write with AI tools, and even have video chats with artificial humans. AI could also be coming to TikTok soon, helping you spend even more time on the platform. In a recent announcement, TikTok revealed that it’s testing a chatbot that will help you find the content you like.
CPSC empowers people with disabilities, increases their representation in stock photos
US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) noticed that people with disabilities aren’t represented enough in certain types of stock photography. But they didn’t just sit and whine about it on social media. They did something to change it and made their own collection of stock photos showing people with disabilities using different home safety devices.
Use these four gadgets to protect your camera gear from theft
Our precious camera gear is expensive, so it’s often a target of theft. Thankfully, there are ways to protect it and ensure that your gear finds its way back to you even if someone steals it. In this video, Armando Ferreira shows you four gadgets that will make it easy to track your gear and retrieve it in case you get robbed.
The way AI sees a “perfect body” says a lot about our society
With the recent boom of AI technology, it’s interesting to observe how artificial intelligence imagines things. After all, it was based on human knowledge but also human biases, stereotypes, and preferences.
The Bulimia Project wanted to see how AI imagined the “ideal body,” and the results are concerning, to say the least. They used different text-to-image generators and prompts, and nearly all of them produced images of men and women with highly unrealistic body types. After analyzing the images, they concluded the unrealistic beauty standards we have set for ourselves – and it’s pretty discouraging.
Get close to the sun with these jaw-dropping photos of decaying sunspots
The Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope (DKIST) has captured some of the most remarkable sun photos I’ve ever seen. They bring us close to the sun without melting our wings, giving us a glimpse of its turbulent, scorching surface – and even the rarely seen decaying sunspots.
AI colorization gives new life to 100-year-old footage from 1920s
Although footage colorization makes some historians upset, many of us find them fun to watch. A recent video from Glamour Daze shows 1920s New York but in a completely new light. Using AI upscaling and colorization, the video gives us a new look at the Roaring 20s.
Google’s new AI product photo tool cuts the need for product photographers
Google unveiled Product Studio, a new tool that makes it easier to create product photos, but sadly, reduces the need for product photographers. With the help of generative AI, sellers will be able to create any setting they want for their product images.
Meta sells Giphy to Shutterstock for $53 million after the UK order
Back in 2021, the UK government ordered Meta to sell Giphy, and now the buyer has been announced. It’s Shutterstock, the famous stock photo company, which agreed to buy Giphy from Meta for $53 million.
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