Midjourney has added a new inpainting feature that many users have requested. Much like Adobe’s Generative Fill, it lets you change only a part of your image that you manually select. As for the rest of the image, it stays intact. Of course, I just had to test it out, and I bring you some Midjourney images of cats and dogs I created with this new tool.
We all know social media is filled with fakery. but how fake can you get? With a new BeFake AI app – as fake as possible. This app takes BeReal’s basic premise, adds AI effects, and completely flips everything around. It lets you add AI effects to your images, turn yourself into anything you want, and get as
fake… Ahem, creative as you like.
Artificial intelligence is finding its place in journalism, art, digital photography, and many other fields. Still, it remains a gray zone, and it’s hard to catch up with it and set the laws to match the new reality we live in. But it looks like we’re getting there. The Associated Press has just announced AI guidelines for its journalists. While they do encourage experimentation with AI, thankfully, it won’t replace journalists and photographers any time soon.
Skylum is launching a major update to its signature editing software, Luminar Neo. As we’re already used to, it packs a bunch of generative AI technologies, and this time we’re seeing quite a lot of new features. So, let’s jump right in and see what’s new!
Ever felt overwhelmed by the messy photo archive on your phone? Google Photos is here with a new features, adding AI magic to your photographic memories. Yeah, of course it’s AI-powered. Google’s New “Memories view” is there to organize your photos through the lens of artificial intelligence.
AI has come a long way since we posted our first “AI vs. photo quiz.” In fact, it’s come so far that it’s become seriously difficult telling AI from real images apart, and it’s only been a few months! With that in mind, we wanted to test how well you can tell AI images and photos apart, but this time with a twist: we’re focusing on images of people only. So, let’s jump right into it and see how well you can distinguish AI-generated portraits from real ones.
AI can write poetry and generate images from words. But there’s now an app that connects the two and turns your photos into poetry in a few seconds. If you’ve always wanted to describe a perfect sunset, a blooming flower, or your loved one’s smile, but you’re just not good with words… You can do what you do best: take a photo. And AI will do the rest.
Racial bias in AI models is something we’ve discussed before. Sadly, the problem seems to be persisting no matter how advanced AI programs get. A recent example from an Asian-American student proves this point. She uploaded her picture to an AI portrait generator, asking it to make her look more professional. Instead of formalizing her attire or something like that – AI turned her into a Caucasian woman with blue eyes.
Meta’s newest AI tools, based on the company’s Llama 2 model, seem to be approaching a consumer debut. According to recently leaked information, new generative AI features for Instagram are in the works. Specifically, they will include labels disclosing that work was “generated by Meta AI.”
Barbie and Oppenheimer have been battling for attention for what seems like years now. The campaign for both is happening simultaneously, so people and press have referred to the films as “Barbenheimer.” Mike Fink, Caleb Ward, and Shelby Ward of Curious Refuge took it literally and created Barbenheimer! It’s a fully AI-generated movie trailer showing Barbie, the death, the destroyer of worlds. It’s as confusing as it is brilliant, and to be honest – I would totally watch that!