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In late 2021, ARRI launched legal proceedings to challenge the validity of multiple patents related to lighting effects, claiming that many were erroneously granted for technical solutions that weren’t actually new. It has today withdrawn that complaint with regard to Rotolight. On September 10, 2021, ARRI announced that after it repeatedly observed that patents were,
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Disney has partnered with CreativeSoul Photography, a black-owned business, to release a special edition artist series collection of dolls across the African diaspora that are inspired by Disney Princesses. The CreativeSoul Doll Collection — based on the work of CreativeSoul Photography founders Regis and Kahran Bethencourt — reimagines what a classic Disney Princess would look
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A company has launched the first artificially intelligent (AI) image generator for food photos. AI food photo generator, called Lunchbox, is aimed at restaurants that need to quickly create images of food for their social media pages, websites, and menus. Lunchbox, which is based on OpenAI’s DALL-E generative AI, hopes to help restaurants avoid situations
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Adobe has added a “Content Analysis” section to its privacy and personal data collection permissions that, unless opted out of, opens photographers’ images to being used to train the company’s artificial intelligence and machine learning models. It is possible that Content Analysis was added to Adobe’s Privacy and Personal Data page as far back as
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Scientists have recorded penguins examining themselves in a mirror while displaying signs of self-awareness. Researchers from India’s Ministry of Earth Sciences performed mirror tests with a dozen Adélie penguins living in East Antarctica. The mirror test was devised by American psychologist Gordon Gallup Jr to determine whether animals possess the ability of visual self-recognition. The
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