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(PetaPixel)   Pop quiz, Farkers: Can you tell which magazine cover has an AI generated photo?   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, Getty Images, Technology, Artificial intelligence, Publishing, Stock photography, Copyright, Photography, Rponses Photo  
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463 clicks; posted to Discussion » and Main » on 08 Feb 2023 at 12:20 PM (6 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2023-02-08 12:10:52 PM  
"Getty Images, the world's largest photo library, is suing Stable Diffusion for an eyewatering $1.8 trillion for copyright infringement."

Hey! Theft is our thing, get your own gig!
2023-02-08 12:16:16 PM  
Hey, I guessed correctly.
2023-02-08 12:17:08 PM  
Without scrolling: The old dude.  The colors and edges are too crisp, light and shadow aren't quite right.
2023-02-08 12:23:56 PM  
The old dude. There aren't usually 2 people in AI art.
2023-02-08 12:33:46 PM  
The one on the right
2023-02-08 12:35:45 PM  

It's too crisp and detailed. The lighting is wrong. There are lot's of ways that it jumps out it's someone who spends a lot of time looking at photographs. But they are horrendously obvious.
2023-02-08 12:46:23 PM  
The one on the right. Textures of the clothes look a bit airbrushed or something, compared to the crisp fabric texture on the left.

Let's see if I was right.
2023-02-08 12:49:07 PM  

make me some tea: The one on the right. Textures of the clothes look a bit airbrushed or something, compared to the crisp fabric texture on the left.

Let's see if I was right.

Yep, was right. Also the dude's face looks a little odd. I can't quite put my finger on it.
2023-02-08 12:56:25 PM  
I could tell by the pixels, etc.
2023-02-08 12:57:57 PM  
The one on the right looks AI generated. I can tell from some of the pixels and from seeing quite a few AI generated magazine covers in my time...
2023-02-08 12:58:14 PM  
Yeah, I guessed right. There are some proportion issues with the face.
2023-02-08 1:54:12 PM  
2023-02-08 2:59:20 PM  
It will get better.  It's learning.
2023-02-08 3:15:49 PM  
I was going to guess the sailor pic, but that's ONLY because there are no pores on the guy's face, while you see them on the first pic. That was the closest to an "error" I could find on my phone's screen, but it's not really even that strong of a hit, plenty of people have relatively smooth skin.

The real giveaway would be the hands. There always seems to be an issue with fingers.
2023-02-08 3:18:10 PM  
LOL, exactly what I said. For some reason, fingers are really tough for this thing:
Godet accepts that there are still limitations to the technology.
"Midjourney still has difficulties to realize the eyes, but also to put the right number of fingers on a hand," he says
2023-02-08 3:33:18 PM  
Everyone's is taking crispness and detail. My reasoning is that the old dude's nose is pretty common with Loeb phenomenon for generating elderly facial features.
2023-02-08 4:45:56 PM  
Old dude. Lighting was farked.
2023-02-08 6:39:24 PM  

EvilVanMan: Hey, I guessed correctly.

So did I. To me, the equally proportioned wrinkles gave it away.
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