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SCARS™ DEEPFAKE NEWS: As AI Increases Its Creative Capabilities Scams Are The Inevitable Outcome
Scammers are always on the search for tools that can allow them to invent images to reinforce their scam stories. They use Adobe Photoshop and other tools to paste the head of impersonation victims onto the photos of others. The create fake documents in Microsoft Office.
It Is Never Ending But Soon Scammers Will Be Able To Create Entire Landscapes The Reinforce Their Lies!
The movie industry has been able to do this for a long time with CGI and Green Screens, but now scammers are gaining the tools to do it too!
At Nvidia GTC 2019, the company unveiled a stunning image creator. Using generative adversarial networks, users of the software are with just a few clicks able to sketch images that are nearly photorealistic. The software will instantly turn a couple of lines into a gorgeous mountaintop sunset. This is MS Paint for the AI age.
Called GauGAN, the software is just a demonstration of what’s possible with Nvidia’s neural network platforms. It’s designed to compile an image how a human would paint, with the goal being to take a sketch and turn it into a photorealistic photo in seconds. In an early demo, it seems to work as advertised.
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Today at Nvidia GTC 2019, the company unveiled a stunning image creator. Using generative adversarial networks, users of the software are with just a few clicks able to sketch images that are nearly photorealistic. The software will instantly turn a couple of lines into a gorgeous mountaintop sunse…
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Always report scams involving money lost or where you received money to:
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