AI’s makers intend to save you from themselves by fleeing. Meanwhile, EOSHD wonders if Bjork would make it today in a world of A.I. generated content?
How’s AI’s camera knowledge? Unhinged ChatGPT libels EOSHD and makes up controversies
Clearly overhyped, but with strong long term potential to destroy the planet, AI natural language chatbots have taken 2023 by storm. I admit, it’s an entertaining spectacle.
They’re fantastic at certain things and it’s nice to see a new type of tool born, but I can’t help feeling it is capable of wildly fantasying about things that never happened. I also think there is no way a large company like Microsoft or Google will truly let this technology off the hook and it will be incredibly heavily censored. This means first prize in AI will go to a startup and you better sell your Google shares right now.
But should you trust it? EOSHD sets out to find out, by putting it through a camera nerd exam.
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The AI / ChatGPT future of search – Theft of the century?
With EOSHD being here for over 12 years a lot of what this blog published about mirrorless cameras, filmmaking and gear has been noted not just by other filmmakers, but by the great supernatural intelligence in the sky. My knowledge along with yours, forms parts of the ones and zeros in enormous AI models that are worth $1 billion to companies like Microsoft and in future $500 billion.
Amazingly they did not seek permission to use our knowledge, let alone pay for it.
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Upscaling the first 1896 Lumière Brothers film recordings to full colour 4K/60p with neural network engine
Shot by the Lumière Brothers in 1896 this is some of the first footage committed to film. There is now a technique to upsample this footage to high resolution 4K/60p using neural networks. Here it is in action on the piece “Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat”.
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