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Tom Cruise Deepfakes Mask Harm Already Being Caused by Shallowfakes


"Deepfakes seem to tap into a really visceral part of people's minds," Henry Ajder, a UK-based deepfakes expert, told Insider.
"When you watch that Tom Cruise deepfake, you don't need an analogy because you're seeing it with your own two eyes and you're being kind of fooled even though you know it's not real," he said. "Being fooled is a very intimate experience. And if someone is fooled by a deepfake, it makes them sit up and pay attention."
The good news: it's really hard to make such a convincing deepfake. It took Ume two months to train the AI-powered tool that generated the deepfakes, 24 hours to edit each minute-long video, and a talented human impersonator to mimic the hair, body shape, mannerisms, and voice, according to The New York Times.

Everyone's trying Deep Nostalgia to bring old photos alive

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Everyone’s trying Deep Nostalgia to bring old photos alive
MyHeritage genealogy platform introduces a wildly popular made-in-Israel feature enabling users to animate faces from the past.
Screenshot from MyHeritage Deep Nostalgia
Only two weeks after online genealogy platform MyHeritage
debuted its jaw-dropping Deep Nostalgia photo-animation feature,  more than 43 million faces have come to life and a few thousand more photos are being animated every minute.
The Israel-based MyHeritage licensed this sophisticated Live Portrait technology from another Israeli company, D-ID.
“When we released Deep Nostalgia last week at RootsTech Connect 2021,  we knew that lovers of family history would be thrilled to see their beloved ancestors’ faces come to life. We also knew that it had the potential to go viral, and we hoped that would happen, but the extent of its success exceeded our expectations,” Esther of MyHeritage blogged on March 4.

A photo animation tool brings your ancestors to life, but it may haunt you. | WTAG

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By Jim Polito
The genealogy website
MyHeritage.com has created a tool that can make any picture appear to be a short video clip. People upload a portrait photo and the software does the rest. It has become increasingly popular because it can take a picture of a relative you never met and make them appear to be alive by smiling, blinking, and moving their head. This is the same technology that is utilized for "deep fakes." These are very real looking video clips of a person doing and saying things created all by artificial intelligence. Deep fakes are often spread on social media to make it appear as if a politician or celebrity has said or done something awful. Tech Talk Guru Craig Peterson has a warning about "Deep Nostalgia." Click below for the podcast.

MyHeritage Deep Nostalgia AI That Brings Old Photos to Life Used Over 10 Million Times

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The popular technology can be used to make pictures of people blink, smile, and move their heads.

MyHeritage's Deep Nostalgia Feature Brings Old Family Photos To Life | KISS 95-7

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By @justPEREZplay
Online Genealogy platform
MyHeritage has rolled out a new service that allows users to turn old family photos into breathtaking animations. The incredible AI based
"Deep Nostalgia" technology will show you how your ancestors may have moved, smiled and even looked. I am blown away by the examples the company shared on their Instagram. Learn more and try it out for yourself

A new program can animate old photos. But there's nothing human about artificial intelligence

It's hard to explain the mix of emotions that spark upon seeing a photo of Frederick Douglass come alive with the click of a button. And yet, there he is,

23 People Brought Back To Life With This New 'Creepy' AI Tool


The genealogy platform MyHeritage released a new AI-powered feature called Deep Nostalgia and it turns totally still photos into animated faces. Before someone asks, there’s no magic here. The tool uses pre-recorded videos of facial movements, selects the one that works best for the particular still photo, and applies it to create a “real-life” moving pic.
The idea behind Deep Nostalgia was to give people the opportunity to upload photos of their deceased relatives and revive them in animated short videos.  And it seems like people on Twitter went crazy about the whole thing this Sunday, as everyone was excited to get their hands on the viral animator.

New Deepfake AI Tool Brings Any Photo To Life And People Are Having Lots Of Fun With It (23 Examples)


The genealogy platform MyHeritage released a new AI-powered feature called Deep Nostalgia and it turns totally still photos into animated faces. Before someone asks, there’s no magic here. The tool uses pre-recorded videos of facial movements, selects the one that works best for the particular still photo, and applies it to create a “real-life” moving pic.
The idea behind Deep Nostalgia was to give people the opportunity to upload photos of their deceased relatives and revive them in animated short videos.  And it seems like people on Twitter went crazy about the whole thing this Sunday, as everyone was excited to get their hands on the viral animator.

This AI tool that brings old portraits to life is going viral for all good reasons

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This AI tool that brings old portraits to life is going viral for all good reasons
This AI tool that brings old portraits to life is going viral for all good reasons
Deep Nostalgia is the latest thing to have caught Twitter's attention and people are now busy creating Harry Potter-style photos.
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Screenshots from GIF posted by Keerthik Sasidharan
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You just need to upload a photo of the person on the MyHeritage website.
People are following this trend and posting many such GIFs on Twitter.
If you have ever watched a Harry Potter movie, I am sure you would have wished to have those magical photographs and newspapers, the people printed on which could talk and move. It is surreal to watch that happen on screen but we all knew it could never become real, because, obviously, that is all fiction. I am glad to tell you that is no longer true, kind of. A new trend is going viral on Twitter where people are posting GIFs of old people moving in still photos. And this could be another step towards what deepfakery can offer. The person in these photos could be your dead relative who you wish could become alive again or even visionaries such as Einstein, and they all move in photos. All of this is possible because of the Deep Nostalgia service.

How to animate your old photos: MyHeritage's 'Deep Nostalgia' Feature is going viral

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How To Animate Your Old Photos: MyHeritage's 'Deep Nostalgia' Feature Is Going Viral
Last week, genealogy platform MyHeritage released a feature called 'Deep Nostalgia' that animates faces in still photos using video reenactment technology. 
Genealogy platform MyHeritage has released a feature called 'Deep Nostalgia' that animates faces in still photos using video reenactment technology. According to MyHeritage, the technology for animating the faces in photos was licensed from D-ID, a company that specializes in video reenactment using deep learning.
Deep Nostalgia uses several pre-recorded driver videos prepared by MyHeritage, which direct the movements in the animation and consist of sequences of real human gestures. A preferred driver is automatically selected for each face based on its orientation, and then seamlessly applied to the photo. The result is a short, high-quality video animation of an individual face that can smile, blink, and move. To achieve optimal results, the photos are enhanced prior to animation using the MyHeritage Photo Enhancer, which brings blurry and low-resolution faces into focus and increases their resolution, according to MyHeritage website.

AI Tech Brings Pics Of Bhagat Singh, Swami Vivekananda To Life. Watch

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Old photos of Bhagat Singh, Swami Vivekananda and other important figures in history have been brought back to life using a newly-launched AI technology. 'Deep Nostalgia' is an artificial intelligence tool, released by genealogy website MyHeritage, that can add facial animations to still photographs.

MyHeritage's Deep Nostalgia service brings old photos to life

Called "Deep Nostalgia," the service allows users to upload an image of a person or people so they can be brought to life using AI licensed from...

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San Francisco, March 1 (IANS) What if you could make your late grandfather in an old photo look up and smile at you? This and numerous other possibilities have intrigued social media users after discovering an Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered service called Deep Nostalgia that animates the faces in still photos.
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Francisco Partners is acquiring MyHeritage, sources say for $600M

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TechCrunch has learned and confirmed that Israel's MyHeritage.com -- a profitable site that lets people test DNA and track their family lineage and has some 62 million users -- is getting acquired by Francisco Partners, for a price that a source close to the deal tells us is $600 million. A spokesperson for MyHeritage confirmed the deal to TechCrunch over the phone but not the price. Francisco Partners has not responded to our request for comment but we'll update this post as we learn more.

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19th and 20th century newspapers were full of personal ads from singles seeking someone with cars, kindness, and a lot of money.

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