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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.
Kailash AryaI like this app a lot but I do not get time to edit my pic with it. Also it's very slow the filter works with internet which causes the app to slow down.
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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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NDTV Gadgets360.comPrisma was all the craze in 2016. And you'll still find the odd artistic Prisma-generated photo on Instagram and Facebook. But the startup behind the AI-based app wants to continue to stay relevant amidst competition from the likes of Facebook and Microsoft, and it hopes to do so by moving into the B2B space.
TechCrunchThe startup behind the Prisma style transfer app is shifting focus onto the b2b space, building tools for developers that draw on its expertise using neural networks and deep learning technology to power visual effects on mobile devices. It's launched a new website, Prismalabs.ai, detailing this new offering.