Is This Face Fake?
Is This Face Fake?

Is This Face Fake?

25 june, 20221 minute to read
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In an attempt to calm down the AI ethics researchers, OpenAI’s machine learning tool DALL-E announced the introduction of new safety measures designed to minimize the risk of DALL·E being used to create deceptive content.

According to an email sent to DALL-E testers, users are now allowed to share realistic face photos created by the system after developers put in place safeguards designed to prevent the creation of deepfake images.

“This is due to two new safety measures designed to minimize the risk of DALL·E being used to create deceptive content. The system rejects attempts to create the likeness of any public figures, including celebrities,” reads the email.

Certainly, the ability to generate realistic human faces raises all kinds of ethical questions, even if they don’t belong to real humans. OpenAI’s researchers have admitted that DALL-E frequently reproduces racist and sexist stereotypes when certain words are included in text prompts. Other AI models from Facebook and Google haven’t fared much better.

25 june, 2022
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