The subject of Leonardo da Vinci's famous Mona Lisa painting has been brought to life by AI researchers.
The paintings were animated using the facial expressions of a real person. CREDIT: UNIVERSAL HISTORY ARCHIVE /GETTY IMAGES CONTRIBUTOR 

Mona Lisa ‘brought to life’ with Deepfake Technology

They Turn  the famous subject ‘s of Leonardo da vinci Mona Lisa painting into a real life person with just one picture.

A paper published by a Samsung artificial intelligence lab in Russia shows the ability to convincingly turn artworks and celebrity photographs into moving images.

The technology raises the prospect of convincing “deep fakes“. Videos showing politicians and even people who have died saying things they never said. Created just with still images of their faces.

The video, achieved from a single photo, shows the model in the portrait moving her head, eyes and mouth.

Credit: The Telegraph

The latest iteration of so-called deepfake technology came out of Samsung’s AI research laboratory in Moscow.

Some are concerned that the rise of convincing deepfake technology has huge potential for misuse.

Samsung’s algorithms were trained on a public database of 7,000 images of celebrities gathered from YouTube.

The AI system mapped facial features and movements on to a photo to bring it to life.

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