Happy Tuesday, AI Family.
🖼️ Meta to start labeling AI-generated images
💦 Google's new “Image Question and Answer” AI
🗞️ Microsoft works on breaking news feed
🗞️ + 9 other news you might like
🔍️ Tools, Tweets, and Resources
Ready, Set, Go: Today’s read should be just about a 3.5-minute read.
Meta is planning to start marking AI-generated images on Facebook, Instagram, and Threads, including those made with other companies' AI tools.
They will gradually introduce this marking feature in different languages and markets, focusing on election times worldwide.
Meta is also changing its rules to require users to disclose if they post AI-generated videos or audio that looks real.
Meta is exploring the use of generative AI in content moderation while acknowledging challenges in detecting AI-generated videos and audio.
Lookout is an app made by Google to help blind and people who can't see well. It uses AI to explain what's around them.
Users can now upload pictures and ask specific questions about them, like recognizing famous places or describing things in a picture, such as the color of a building or someone's facial expression.
The app can talk about different parts of a picture, from natural scenes and things to personal photos.
This makes everyday activities easier and helps them join in on conversations about what they see.
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Microsoft is working with a company Semafor to launch a breaking news feed called "Signals", which journalists can use with the help of tools from OpenAI and Microsoft to provide readers with analysis and insights on breaking news stories.
They also plan to use AI to assist journalists produce about twelve global news stories every day. This will massively help with the research, allowing journalists to write deeper, more detailed stories.
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Thanks for reading. See you next time 👋