• chiisanaA
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    12 months ago

    Having done something before doesn’t mean they shouldn’t find ways to make it better though. The “deepfake”-esque techniques can provide much better quality replicas. Not to mention, as resolution demand increases, it would be harder to leverage older assets and techniques to meet the new demands.

    Another similar area is what LLM is doing to/for developers. We already have developers, why do we need AI to code? Well, they can help with synthesizing simpler code and freeing up devs to focus on more complicated problems. They can also democratize the ability to develop solutions to non-developers, just like how the deepfake solutions could democratize content creation for non/less-skilled VFX specialists, helping the industry create better content for everyone.

    • @conciselyverbose@sh.itjust.works
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      12 months ago

      They can also democratize the ability to develop solutions to non-developers,

      This is insane. If you don’t understand everything a piece of code is doing, publishing it is insanely reckless. You absolutely must know how to code to publish acceptable software.

      • chiisanaA
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        12 months ago

        Try telling that to businesses. Sadly, you’d more likely to be laughed all the way to the door as opposed to being taken seriously. For the non technical people leading businesses, they’d rather something working 90% of the time today than 100% of the time next week.