With the rise of Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools, we are seeing the technology being used for photo and video editing. Although it is used for various beneficial purposes, the technology is also being misused to manipulate or blackmail people or spread deepfakes indiscriminately. However, that should not detract from the fact that this AI tool is amazing in its scope and reach. Malefactors always try to manipulate, a huge majority for positive purposes in personal and professional life.
One such amazing AI tool that has come to light in recent days has extraordinary capabilities to edit photos. This AI app is called ReplaceAnything, which can replace any object, part or person in an image through user prompts. Although the tool is very useful, it also raises concerns. Learn more about the ReplaceAnything app.
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Replace any app
ReplaceAnything is an AI-based web application that allows users to replace objects or any part of an image. Photo editing is done with user prompts based on descriptions. In the ReplaceAnything app, users can easily upload photos and select the object they want to replace. Now, they need to enter the edit description to change the selected part of the image. According to a BGR report, the results the AI app produces are somewhat alarming as it is used for various malicious purposes.
An AI replacement app might be scary but a lot of work needs to be done to make the application flawless because the edited image doesn't look real and the user can easily tell that the image is a cutout. However, with improvements, the app can become a serious threat to people. Currently, we hear a lot about deep fakes that are creating a lot of pressure among celebrities and organizations. Now, AI is also being used to trick and cheat the common people. While AI is bringing benefits to industries, it is also creating a threat. Now, we're starting to see advances in AI tools and technologies, and in a few years we're going to see advanced versions of what we're currently using, which sounds both exciting and scary.
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