The world’s most popular computer graphics company wants to use AI to see controlled portraits and video. Is it too little too late?
As potent visual AI reaches its away across the internet, it’s getting easier and easier to manipulate images, audio, and videos, which poses a serious problem for society. Adobe, which has a hand in popularizing some of the earliest image editing technology, wants to fight back–by harnessing artificial intelligence to detect operated likeness of people. The company’s investigates are working with UC Berkeley scientists and DARPA, the Pentagon’s advanced engineering experiment limb, to develop software that is capable of flagging, analyzing, and even changing facial manipulation in pictures. And the group of organizations wants to make their program available for everyone.
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