The history of creativity and technology has often been marked by profound shifts, and today, the fusion of artificial intelligence (AI) and photography stands at the forefront of transformative change. We take a look into the multifaceted landscape of copyright law in relation to AI-generated images, considering recent developments, global perspectives, ethical dilemmas, and practical case studies.
Capcut (previously known as Viamaker) is one of the newest video editing apps that is available to download for free both in the Android Play Store and Apple’s App Store. Bytedance Pte. Ltd is behind the application (the parent company of TikTok) and as their tagline goes “Capture the moment and cut”, it’s easy to see where the naming convention comes from.
Walking down your average street in your average city these days, chances are high that you’ve seen your fellow humans going about with their heads bowed down, engrossed in whatever important information or content is being viewed on their mobile phone at the time. Not many people could have predicted that something as innocuous as a mobile phone could bring about such drastic changes in the way we consume information and communicate as a species on the whole.
What Lensa does, unlike most other photographic apps we have reviewed for this website, is that it expertly focuses on image manipulation concerning the user’s face and general appearance. Employing AI-powered technology, the application is able to analyze the various aspects of an image and focus on the individual in the frame.