Thierry Ardison’s Dipfeke Dalida

The current trend is towards metavers and representation of real people in the virtual universe. However, the film also has artificial intelligence and its use. We told you about Jasper Ai, the artificial intelligence that lets you write content, but also video processing and dipfeck that can be created with this technique.

The current trend is towards metavers and representation of real people in the virtual universe. However, the film also has artificial intelligence and its use. We told you about Jasper Ai, the artificial intelligence that lets you write content, but also video processing and dipfeck that can be created with this technique.

What is DeepFac technology and how does it work?

Deepfake is a strategy for making videos of people who aren’t really there. It replaces the original image with a new one after being processed by an artificial intelligence algorithm. With this technology it is possible to put anyone in any video, with a very high level of reality.

Deepfax attacks TV

Carl Zero has already used this technique in his Flame method a few years ago in Canal + A, often in black and white.

But deepfakes are coming on TV and becoming more realistic.

Tf1 now has the daily “C’est Canteloup” which uses deep netting with politicians.

As technology continues to evolve at an unprecedented rate, the line between what is real and what is fake is becoming increasingly blurred. An example of this is the trend of DeepFac technology, which uses artificial intelligence to create videos that look incredibly real.

Dipfek technology has been used in the past to create videos of people who are not actually there. It replaces the original image with a new one after being processed by an artificial intelligence algorithm.

Here are some examples of past use of DeepFac technology:

– Daily ‘C’est Canteloup’ Tf1 which uses dipfek with political personalities

– Time Hotel in France 3

Hotel 3 in France

Thierry Ardison offers a new program called L’Hotel du Temps in France 3 and interviews missing persons like Dalida in Deep Fake

Thierry Ardison says: I am the first and I claim, to make positive and cultural use of deep imitation.

This is not his first attempt as he has already called Luke-Alike for such an interview.

In a video tweet, we see him interview the President of the Republic, Franোয়াois Mitterrand, Princess Lady D, Jean Gabin, which they never said, but with the same voice. We don’t know if it’s a voice dubbing or artificial intelligence capable of reproducing them, but the result is stunning.

He questioned the legitimacy of deep profanity with the dead:

– “… No image rights for the dead, but I have always approached heirs for respect and morality …”

He thought of building a hotel to interview them, the “Hotel of Time” where all these missing legends live.

– The Hôtel du temps show on France 3 television channel, presented by Thierry Ardison, presents an interview with singer Dalidar who is back to life for Dipfek technology.

You can find videos on his channel’s RDTube

https://youtube.com/c/InaArditube

What is the impact of DeepFac technology on society as a whole?

There are many potential applications for deepfake technology, including the ability to create realistic video for entertainment or marketing purposes. However, there are also concerns about the ethical and legal implications of using this technology, especially when images of real people are used. Some are even worried about its potential use for fake news and propaganda. As DeepFack technology continues to evolve, it will be important for society as a whole to adapt to these changes and develop strategies to address the associated risks and challenges.

How should we think about DipFac technology in our work?

As DeepFack technology continues to evolve, it’s important for us to keep up to date with the latest developments. At the same time, we need to think about how we can use this technology in our work.

We must consider the ethical and legal implications of using DeepFac technology and ensure that we use it responsibly.

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