OpenAI will offer a program to detect photos made by DALL-E 3

OpenAI will offer a program to detect photos made by DALL-E 3
OpenAI will offer a program to detect photos made by DALL-E 3

OpenAI is developing a tool to detect images made by its text-to-image generator, DALL-E 3, the Microsoft-backed startup said on Tuesday.

OpenAI is developing a tool to detect photos created by its text-to-image generator DALL-E 3, the Microsoft-backed (MSFT.O) startup announced on Tuesday, amid growing concerns over the impact of AI-generated content on this year’s worldwide elections.

According to the business, the tool properly detected photographs made by DALL-E 3 approximately 98% of the time during internal testing and can handle standard alterations such as compression, cropping, and saturation changes with minimum impact.

The ChatGPT inventor also intends to include tamper-resistant watermarking to mark digital assets, such as photographs or audio, with a signal that will be difficult to remove.

As part of its efforts, OpenAI has joined an industry consortium that includes Google, Microsoft, and Adobe and hopes to develop a standard to help trace the provenance of various media.

In April, during India’s ongoing general election, phony films of two Bollywood actors denouncing Prime Minister Narendra Modi went viral online.

AI-generated material and deepfakes are increasingly being employed in India and other countries’ elections, including the United States, Pakistan, and Indonesia.

OpenAI said that it will join Microsoft in establishing a $2 million “societal resilience” fund to assist AI education.

Also readPublic transit apps prioritize cybersecurity measures to protect their digital systems and safeguard passenger data, says Narayan Mishra Co-founder & CTO at Tummoc – a public transit app

Do FollowCIO News LinkedIn Account | CIO News Facebook | CIO News Youtube | CIO News Twitter 

About us:

CIO News is the premier platform dedicated to delivering the latest news, updates, and insights from the CIO industry. As a trusted source in the technology and IT sector, we provide a comprehensive resource for executives and professionals seeking to stay informed and ahead of the curve. With a focus on cutting-edge developments and trends, CIO News serves as your go-to destination for staying abreast of the rapidly evolving landscape of technology and IT. Founded in June 2020, CIO News has rapidly evolved with ambitious growth plans to expand globally, targeting markets in the Middle East & Africa, ASEAN, USA, and the UK.

CIO News is a proprietary of Mercadeo Multiventures Pvt Ltd.