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https://www.theverge.com/2021/2/28/2230 ... myheritage
The Deep Nostalgia service, offered by online genealogy company MyHeritage, uses AI licensed from D-ID to create the effect that a still photo is moving. It’s kinda like the iOS Live Photos feature, which adds a few seconds of video to help smartphone photographers find the best shot.
And to compensate for lacking journalism, for those wondering what D-ID is:

https://www.deidentification.co/
Naturally, the program has become something of a meme-generator on Twitter, with users trying to push the AI to its limit. An archaeologist used photos of ancient statues, and yes they included some with the blank eyes. Sorry in advance for the nightmare fuel
https://twitter.com/FlintDibble/status/ ... 7400139779

Lawd, start at his main profile and scroll down:

https://twitter.com/FlintDibble :lolno:

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Very very very cool! Thanks for sharing. :thumbup:

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