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Pikazo 2.0

Turn anything into art in two taps

22 Alternatives to Pikazo 2.0

AI that turns your photos into artwork in seconds

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J. Christian Bernabe
J. Christian Bernabe- Ops Director | Early Adopter | Polymath
Aww. 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.
Ankit Gaurav
Ankit Gaurav- Creative Geek
Rarely am I reminded of using it these days. Oh Prisma, you were awesome.😍
Kailash Arya
Kailash Arya- Intense Interactive
I 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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The Verge
Prisma, 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.
TechCrunch
Artists 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.
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Transform your face using AI in just one tap!

FaceApp uses Artificial Intelligence you change your face. You and your friends can have fun by changing styles, make yourself look younger or older, put some different makeup or a mustache. Experiment with your face, laughter is guaranteed!

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The Verge
2017 may be the year the US starts a nuclear war because someone tweets something mean about Donald Trump, but at least we're getting some weird selfie apps before we go.
Engadget
There has been some outrage over the new filters, with some Twitter users calling it " digital blackface." This isn't the first time photographic filters have come under fire, of course. Snapchat's 420 Bob Marley filter came under fire for the same lack of racial sensitivity, while its " anime-inspired" lens felt downright racist.
Digital Trends
Neural networks are revolutionizing computing, and image editing is one area that will experience drastic changes. Already, apps like Prisma are demonstrating this power, but a new company is using neural networks in a different way with an app called FaceApp.
TechCrunch
Update: "The new controversial filters will be removed in the next few hours," Goncharov told us. At the time of writing the filters have indeed been removed. Our original article follows below...
Business Insider
In the era of the selfie, there's no shortage of apps that can make you better looking, turn you into a dog, or even swap your face onto someone else's. Now, there's an app that can alter your gender entirely, age you, or add a smile to your face.
TechRadar
Update: FaceApp has now been updated to add in extra filters, but you'll need to pay for each with the Pro mode. Read on to learn all about FaceApp and what new features have been included. You may have seen the name FaceApp appear on a series of strange photos in your social media feeds.
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Create amazing, stylized selfies and portraits instantly

With Portrait, you can create amazing, stylized selfies and portraits instantly.

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imgly
How we built the Portrait App. A new generation of A.I. algorithms, propelled by rising computational power, new hardware, and a shift in paradigms made its first notable impact in the creative world: The works of Gatys et al. and Krizhevsky et al.
imgly
Deep learning, a subfield of machine learning, has become one of the most known areas in the ongoing AI hype. Having led to many important publications and impressive results, it is applied to dozens of different scenarios and has already yielded interesting results like human-like speech generation, high accuracy object detection, advanced machine translati… See more
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Instantly transform your photos into unique ink drawings 🖌

Inkwork instantly transforms your photos into unique and expressive ink drawings. Choose from over 90 style variations, select an ink and paper color, then share your art on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and more.

Want to hang your new art on the wall? We've teamed up with CanvasPop to provide the highest quality prints available 🖼️

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Techglimpse
Everyone is busy applying filters to their photos using the Prisma app which uploads the photo to the server, applies the selected filter and creates amazing outputs. Prisma was initially released only on the iOS platform, which itself created a great stir. With it available on the Android platform now,...
VentureBeat
You've probably heard of Prisma, one of the hottest apps this year. Downloaded more than 50 million times since June and powered by artificial intelligence, it uses filters to transform any photo into a stunning work of art evocative of say, Pablo Picasso or a Renaissance master.
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Artificial Intelligence coupled with latest technologies allows you to create captivating artworks using pictures from your iPhone / Android device.

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Medium
In June 2017 Apple introduced CoreML, a framework designed to integrate Machine Learning models into iOS apps.This opened a great deal of possibilities for developers, from image analysis to NLP (Natural Language Processing), decision tree learning and more. During Spring 2018 I started to dive into CoreML after reading a few articles on another domain of Ma… See more
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Generate striking, otherworldly artwork with AI

Ganbreeder is a collaborative art tool for discovering images using BigGAN. Using the web app, you can mix or "breed" neural networks with each other into evocative, otherworldly imagery.

The results can then become physical art. Ganbreeder integrates with Ganvas Studio, which turns your GAN images into posters and paintings.

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Boing Boing
Ganbreeder uses a machine learning technique called Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) to generate images that seem like photos, at least a first glance. GANs use a pair of networks, one of which produces data and the other classifies it; the "generator"'s goal is to get the "discriminator" to identify its data as belonging to a...
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