在社交媒体上，成千上万的人分享了他们天生的Deep Nostalgia图像。在推特上，Paul Chiddicks上传了他已故的父亲在高中作为运发动时拍摄的照片。“我感动哭了”，Chiddicks发推道，“我从未见过父亲流动的影像或视频，他在我3岁时就去世了。（这体验）简直难以置信，谢谢。”
Look！Aren’t They the Portraits in Hogwarts！
When you watch Harry Potter and always amazed by those “living” portraits in Hogwarts， have you ever thought about having them in real life？
A website where users can animate still photos of people has gone viral， as over 10 million images have been uploaded in around two weeks. The technology， called “Deep Nostalgia”， was released as a feature on the website of ancestry service MyHeritage
on February 25.MyHeritage is an online genealogy platform that also has several options for editing and preserving old family photos. Previously， users were able to colorize and enhance pictures from the past. Now， by introducing “Deep Nostalgia”， it allows users to submit old family photos and bring them to life.
Through the AI technique known as deep learning， “Deep Nostalgia” can make people in still photos appear as though they are moving， *** iling， and blinking.The feature， created with the Israeli computer vision firm D-ID， is the latest milestone for artificial intelligence-generated media， which has spread from high Hollywood films to casual hobbyist in just a few years.
“You’ll have a ‘wow moment’ when you see a treasured family photo come to life with Deep Nostalgia，” said Gilad Japhet， Founder and CEO of MyHeritage. “Seeing our beloved ancestors’ faces come to life in a video simulation lets us imagine how they might have been in reality， and provides a profound new way of connecting to our family history.”Users said： “This is what technology should be like.”
Gil Perry， CEO of D-ID， said families could now “relate to their distant ancestors in ways never imagined before”. He added that resurrecting figures from the past was a growing area of interest.
On social media， thousands of people shared their own Deep Nostalgia images. On Twitter Paul Chiddicks (@chiddickstree) had uploaded a photograph of his deceased father when he was a striking high school athlete. “This actually moved me to tears，” Chiddicks tweeted. “I have never seen a moving image of my Dad， he sadly died when I was 3， incredible and emotional thank you.”
The techology can also be applied to anything with a face， including portrait paintings and statues. Amsterdam art gallery the RijksMuseum posted a video in which a number of portrait paintings had been animated using Deep Nostalgia. It said： “Our paintings come to life at night！ Your greatest dream or your worst nightmare？”
While people on social media are busy creating animated photos using Deep Nostalgia， MyHeritage has warned against “using the technology to create deepfake videos of public figures or anyone else without their permission，” as it constitutes a crime.
Even though， some still have doubts over the plenty of ethical questions on resurrecting past figures， including whether the consent of the deceased was required and for what uses it might be put. Regarding to these concerns， D-ID said that it had strict guidelines on the companies that it partners with and that its videos featured a watermark showing that they had been artificially created.
As the technology develops， we might decide whether to make our own “Hogwarts portrait” one day. Who knows？Allbet Gaming声明:该文看法仅代表作者自己，与www.allbetgame.us无关。转载请注明：usdt法币交易（www.caibao.it）：看哭！AI手艺“叫醒”了老照片上的祖先