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12385560484?profile=RESIZE_400xFacebook and Instagram users will start seeing labels on AI-generated images on their social media feeds, part of a broader tech industry initiative to sort between what is real and what is not.  A Meta spokesman said on 06 February 2024 that it is working with industry partners on technical standards to make it easier to identify images and, eventually, video and audio generated by artificial intelligence tools.[1]



12331830864?profile=RESIZE_400xMeta recently released a new standalone AI image generator.  The tech is based on its Emu image synthesis and the way it all works might surprise you.  Consider this with Meta AI already built into the Meta apps like Messenger and Instagram.  It is now available in a browser window and is quite impressive.  The only catch is that users are the ones supplying the source images.[1]

Meta scrapes all of our social media feeds to the tune of about one billion images, according to Ars Technica.  The A

9825168682?profile=RESIZE_400xA bipartisan group of state attorneys general said on Thursday they had opened an investigation into Meta, the company formerly known as Facebook, for promoting its social media app Instagram while knowing of mental and emotional harms caused by Instagram. 

As of now, 11 US states are involved in the investigation, including California, Florida, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Tennessee and Vermont, as well as the District of Columbia.  The Massachuset