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Just as a question. In the mona Lisa, how much percentage was it female and how much male, according to the model?
Just because we can, doesn`t mean we should.
This 3D face is obviously not what I would argue first on, but it applies, if semi-distantly.
Why do we want to open a Pandora`s box.. like 3D faces for the minor benefit of entertainment (and maybe identification of criminals) with major side effects of losing trust in photos, movies, jobs for celebrities, jobs in general, and opening a can of worms on the A.I. front?
The greatest resource on this planet is human life. And for some reason we want to replace it with machines... why?
JaLacaob: Why not?
1- Just because we can doesn`t mean we should.
2- Photos, and videos.. are just almost useless as evidence, or will be in a few years. There`s no `original` footage anymore, it`s all computer edited, quirked, changed and adjusted.. and now it`s faked.
3- Imagine a single A.I. bot brain... that finds access to this software. Enuff sed.
With leveling cities, then there may be some argument in favor of graphics emulation, but most times real actors are actually spliced into the emulation to give it a more real feel.
Nope, can`t say I have, but I think lophat explained it well enough.
But yeah this is awesome.
We already have, Sky Captain featured a dead guy.
It`s been proposed that the Mona Lisa is actually a self-portrait of Leonardo himself as the facial proportions match other images of him.
Looks like I`m out of a job or two.
But seriously, that one with Tom Hanks was awesome. I want one of those of me. I could see how I`d look fat... old... etc. It`s cool.
And as for the Mona Lisa looking "mannish?" She looks EXACTLY the same. You`re probably only just noticing it, canaryellow.