advertisement advertisement advertisement If you've ever seen a Harry Potter movie and were enchanted by those movie photos seen in the world's newspapers and on mantle places, you're going to want to give a new tool called "Deep Nostalgia" from genealogy site MyHeritage a try. advertisement advertisement Just realised in Harry potter they have GIF newspapers pic.twitter.com/9RNqo9llNN — Dan Leydon ???? (@danleydon) December 7, 2015 Or maybe not. It depends on how you feel about AI animating dead people. What Deep Nostalgia does is animate the faces of people in photographs so they look alive. It achieves this through deep learning technology–technology that is similar to that used in creating deepfakes. A company called MyHeritage is now offering a new service, Called Deep Nostalgia, that can animate people in old photos creating a short video that looks like it was recorded while they posed and prepped for the portrait [read more: https://t.co/TvjAQdSf9A ] pic.twitter.com/5Mn3YLgi6W — Massimo (@Rainmaker1973) February 27, 2021 Modern technology – breathing life into historical figures is somewhat unsettling while also incredibly fascinating. I wish I could hear his Thunderous voice! Frederick Douglass brought to life via #DeepNostalgia pic.twitter.com/CFORUVMK6B — GenTutor (@gen_tutor) February 28, 2021 advertisement New ARTIFICIAL… Read full this story
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