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i was drunk on tumblr and i saw a post about video manipulation where you input a source video and the output is an image of a different person saying what the input is saying. idk if im saying it right, but this type of video manipulation is very scary to me.



http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~aayushb/Recycle-GAN/

here is the source



in a time where FAKE NEWS is being shouted all around, it seems like this sort of technological development is going to do more harm than good.

Hiro

Honestly I don't even really see what good it could do

Magyarorszag

yeah i simply can't see a good (ethical) use for this particular technology at all either lol, aside from i guess in the film industry (but at what cost)

it's astonishing that machine learning has gotten so advanced so quickly that something like this is even possible at all

on the plus side, it's the very same sort of machine learning that's brought us legitimately amazing and incredibly useful technologies like ray tracing and waifu2x lol

Magyarorszag

related: this entire thread:

https://boyah.net/forums2/index.php/topic,69380.msg1555598.html

this is what it looks like when an ai tries to dream up an entirely new animated scene based on what it's learned

http://www.cs.columbia.edu/~vondrick/tinyvideo/

it's uncanny just how close it is to being able to put together a completely believable yet wholly computer generated image lol, and at this rate it's bound to get to that point quite soon

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Quote from: Magyarorszag on August 20, 2018, 08:23:27 PMrelated: this entire thread:

https://boyah.net/forums2/index.php/topic,69380.msg1555598.html

this is what it looks like when an ai tries to dream up an entirely new animated scene based on what it's learned

http://www.cs.columbia.edu/~vondrick/tinyvideo/

it's uncanny just how close it is to being able to put together a completely believable yet wholly computer generated image lol, and at this rate it's bound to get to that point quite soon

Generating the future

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