The debate about “raising the dead” is reopened as a result of a spectacular video of John Lennon that has been generated with artificial intelligence.
The technology It is advancing by leaps and bounds in terms of the use of artificial intelligence, where in recent months it has been one of the main topics of conversation for both good and bad.
On the one hand, we have the use given to artificial intelligence to create fake images and trailers that are spectacular to the point of going viral, such as the amazing trailer for a Star Wars movie directed by Wes Anderson.
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On the other hand, there is the ethical debate that leads to the use of this technology in the art world, generating much controversy among artists.
Not only that, but there is also the tricky issue of use artificial intelligence to “bring back to life” dead celebritiesa debate that has been reopened through a new viral video.
The ethical debate about recreating deceased celebrities like John Lennon by artificial intelligence
The Twitter account @HeyGen_Official is dedicated to launching the most spectacular videos generated by artificial intelligence that automatically go viral on the networks.
However, the “raise the dead” debate has been reopened as a result of some AI-generated videos starring Steve Jobs or John Lennon himself. We leave you below the impressive video of John Lennon made by artificial intelligence.
The reaction to John Lennon’s video has not been long in coming and, while many admire how well achieved they are, others do not look favorably on the use that is made of them.
Such is the case of @readymadeyt, a Twitter user who does not agree to use the image of a real person (in this case a deceased person) generated by artificial intelligence to “sell any democratizing scam”.
“‘”Can you believe it’s me?’ No, I really can’t considering it’s an image of a real person turned into a talking caricature and used to sell whatever “democratizing” scam the person behind the message has. That’s the reality,” she says.
What do you think the use that is being made of artificial intelligence when recreating deceased celebrities such as John Lennon? You can share your opinions on the subject in our comments section.