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 © Optic
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The effects of well-trained and adaptive AI systems for image generation are currently the subject of heated debate. What is “real”, i.e. man-made and has a counterpart in the physical world, and what is “fake”, originating as a motif and combination from an AI? The Pope in a fashionable down jacket is only the best-known example of such images. The AI company “Optic” has now presented a web tool “AI or Not”, which can be used to uncover misinformation spread by AI-generated images. Images that raise doubts can be scanned using the programme, which then tells users whether the image was generated by an artificial intelligence or not. The web tool is intended to help check doubtful content that may be generated by using AI image generators such as Midjourney, Stable Diffusion, DALL-E and GAN. The Optic company claims that “AI or Not”, through its own state-of-the-art algorithms, gives 95% accurate results to users. Relevant data protection regulations are followed when uploading images for review.

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