Deepfakes are a problem, and we need to talk about the rising issue of fake content on the internet and how some companies are shifting to put some of the blame for what they created on our shoulders. For more, read this week’s Clipped Highlights!
Additionally, this week we talk about how Capture One wants to please both its current users and get some new ones, but perhaps those goals are too strategically different to coalesce properly. We also look at using AI to edit a photo and ask, at what point does it stop being a photo?
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