New Delhi: Besides coming throughout viral movies and developments, social media may also be a platform to find the spectacular work and expertise of individuals the world over. In a brand new occasion, photos of Indian historic figures have been delivered to life by means of animation work.
Writer Keerthik Sasidharan shared various such animated photos on Twitter that look so good as they seem very life-like.
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Sharing a shocking AI picture of Shaheed Bhagat Singh, he wrote “Kind of surreal to take a photograph of the singularly inspiring Bhagat Singh — a revolutionary voice in Nineteen Twenties India, who was hung by the British in 1931, on the age of 24 — run it by means of the Heritage AI algorithm, and see him reanimated”.
The effect is so stunningly life-like. Adding to this he shared a portrait of Swami Vivekananda writing “Swami Vivekananda probably would have laughed at such algorithmic efforts to reanimate photos, but as a great believer in the powers of science to improve material aspects of human lives, he would have probably wanted to understand the details of how it all works”.
He then went on to share similar AI photos of Lokmanya Tilak, Kasturba Gandhi, Aurobindo and Munshi Premchand.
Netizens were awestruck by this use of Artificial intelligence, while some expressed concerns over the general use of “deep fakes”.
More of such photos were also shared in response.
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