Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa painting brought to life by AI

Egor Zakharov

Leonardo da Vinci’s famous Mona Lisa painting, Marilyn Monroe, Salvador Dali, and others brought to life by the latest technology in Deepfakes, Developed by Samsung’s AI lab researchers in Moscow

Deepfakes software created clips that make people appear to be doing or saying something they never did. usually making such clips requires big data sets of images to create a realistic forgery.

But Now Samsung has developed a new artificial intelligence system that can generate a fake clip by feeding it as little as one photo.

Deep-fake videos typically require a large data set of images to make someone’s fake video, but a Samsung-developed artificial intelligence system created a fake clip from a single image.

Of course, the technology can be used for fun, such as bringing Mona Lisa to life but the downside of the technology, Imagine once someone creating a deepfake video of you simply by stealing your Facebook profile pic.

Deepfake software allows forgeries by using machine learning to convincingly produce a live speaking human. This software not only made doctored clips easier to make them much harder to detect.

This kind of system can quickly adapt to a new target person using only a few images without extensive retraining

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