Menlo Park-based company Facebook has begun utilizing its researchers who are working on a new AI system. The new Facebook AI system can apparently make closed eyes look open in photos.
New Facebook AI System
In the 21st century, everyone is addicted to edit and upload their photos on the social networking website. Facebook even have various tools which can be used before uploading photos. This new Facebook AI system will be an effective handy tool to replace closed eyes with open eyes.
According to TechCrunch, in a paper researchers from Facebook presented a machine learning system. It fools itself to think its creations are real apparently.
The new Facebook AI system can learn the kind of eyes which should replace the person’s closed eyes. It will be done on the basis of shape, color and other features of the concerned person.
According to TechCrunch, the results seemed to be promising. Apparently, people mistook the fake eyes as real ones.
Facebook has also started a new dedicated page called Memories. Facebook Memories will keep a user’s moments shared with family and friends over the course of time.
It will comprise posts and photos, friends made and important life events. The page is an expansion of Facebook features. For example “On This Day”.
On Monday, Oren Hod (Product Manager at Facebook) said in a blog post, “Every day more than 90 million people use ‘On This Day’ to reminisce about these moments they have shared on Facebook”.
It will have many sections too.
It will have a “Friends Made On This Day” section. This will consist of a list of friends you made on this date in the past. It will include special videos or collages.
The “Recaps of Memories” section will comprise of seasonal or monthly recaps of memories merged into a message or short video.
Meanwhile, the “Memories You May Have Missed” section will display posts that a user might not have seen from the past week.
Hod also mentioned, “You can still access your memories through the ‘Memories’ bookmark either to the left of your News Feed on your computer or in the ‘more’ tab on the bottom right of your mobile app”.
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