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J. Christian BernabeAww. This app was fun for a moment, and I used it all the time. But my overuse killed its novelty for me. I forgot that I still had it on my phone until I saw it on this list. Good memories. Maybe I'll dust it off and show it some love today, just for kicks.
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TechCrunchArtists beware! AI is coming for your paintbrush too... A new iOS app, called Prisma, is using deep learning algorithms to turn smartphone photos into stylized artworks based on different artwork/graphical styles.
The VergePrisma, the Russian company best known for its AI-powered photo filters, is shifting to B2B. The company won't retire its popular app, but says in the future, it will focus on selling machine vision tools to other tech firms. "We see big opportunities in deep learning and communication," Prisma CEO and co-founder Alexey Moiseenkov told The Verge.
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MediumOne of the most popular needs for design projects and presentations is photos of people. You want them diverse, free and legal, don't you? What's more, you don't want to spend your precious time looking for what you need scattered all around the Web.
Computer Business ReviewAdd to favorites We're all familiar with the wierd stock photo: women laughing at salads; a nun hanging out with a fish; the hoodie-wearing hacker watching endless Matrix re-runs. Now, New York-based Icons8 wants to help those seeking images of anonymously handsome people in their presentation, by offering a royalty-free portfolio of 100,000 AI-generated fac… See more
DIY PhotographyWe've already seen that AI-generated faces can look so realistic that it's sometimes difficult to distinguish them from real ones. And if you want to put a fake headshot to use, Generated Photos lets you choose from 100,000 AI-generated faces. They're all free for download and you can use them whichever way you want.
Fast CompanyIf you've ever looked at a prescription drug ad and wondered to yourself whether that happy, mid-60s couple could possibly be real, well, that reality is about to get a whole lot more confusing to ponder. Because AI could soon encroach on the territory of those models, whether actors you see in ads or the models who sit for stock photography.
Icons8For most design projects and presentations, a common part is searching for photos of people. What designers strive for is quality images that are also diverse, free and legal. What's more, it often means spending precious time looking for the proper photo content all around the Web.
The Internet Of All ThingsThis article was first published on our sister Site, Whats New On The Net . The way artificial intelligence (AI) is changing our lives can no longer be ignored. The creators say this: One area where AI is making waves is image processing & facial recognition.
The VergeIt's getting easier and easier to use AI to generate convincing-looking, yet entirely fake, pictures of people. Now, one company wants to find a use for these photos, by offering a resource of 100,000 AI-generated faces to anyone that can use them - royalty free.
UbergizmoWe have already witnessed how Artificial Intelligence can help when it comes to generating faces. If you are still curious, you can check out ThisPersonDoesNot Exist.com - which will generate random faces every time you reload the webpage. Now, Generated Photos is the next big thing to watch out for.
ViceA startup thinks it can solve diversity issues in stock imagery by replacing real people with algorithmically-generated portraits of people who don't exist. Generated Photos, a collection of 100,000 images of AI-generated faces, is owned by Icons8, a company that makes stock icons and illustrations for designers.