Today’s Menu 🥠
- Meta To Start Marking AI Content
- Apple’s First AI Image Tool
- 5 Trending AI-Powered Tools
- Annual Bee Eating Contest
Meta To Label All Artificial Content
AI is on Zuck’s radar 24/7, and starting this year, Meta will label photorealistic images created by artificial intelligence across their platforms, helping users navigate the increasingly blurred lines between real and fake content.
Who knows, with this update, maybe people won’t be falling in love with AI influencers. (Aitana Lopez anyone 😉)
This decision comes as a response to the increasing prevalence of deceptive AI-generated content, aiming to enhance transparency and combat misinformation. (Calling it now, “misinformation” is the word of the year.)
With this being an election year, we’re speculating this move may have been influenced by that. Even more wild speculation, Zuck’s recent trip to Congress probably was a nudge.
The company’s initiative includes collaborating with industry partners to establish common technical standards for identifying AI content, particularly focusing on video and audio. They aim to accomplish these goals with a three-pronged battle plan approach:
- Invisible Watermarks and Metadata: Images generated by AI tools will contain hidden markers, allowing Meta to identify and label them.
- Expanding Detection: Even if markers are removed, Meta is developing tools to sniff out AI-generated content.
- User Disclosure: Creators can voluntarily disclose if their content is AI-generated, promoting self-awareness.
Annual Bee Eating Contest