A designer has created 100,000 artifically-intelligent headshots leaving the internet freaked out over how realistic they are.
Many of the forms look so realistic viewers claim they could put licensed stock photo companies and models out of business.
Artificial intelligence continues to grow stronger at creating entirely fake images that look like living individuals.
Over the last few months, growing fears that Deepfake content is becoming so realtistic one expert warned that ” innocent people risk going to jail“.
- Everyday people will be able to create manipulated images and videos that seem “perfectly real” in “half a year to a year,” industry pioneer Hao Li says.
- “Soon, it’s going to get to the point where there is no way that we can actually detect [deepfakes] anymore, so we have to look at other types of solutions,” says the University of Southern California professor.
- Li defends the development of deepfake technology, saying the real issue is flagging those with manipulative intent.