Push and Pull: New bill being pushed to ID all pictures on the internet. Even Memes! Anonymous 7/20/2023 20:52:00 No. 90791 7387c6 [Preview] [Reply] report C2PA jpeg (12.78 KB, 616x133) Duplicate thread for a /news/ thread I just made. This is really something Kinda had a feeling this was going to happen / they were planning on doing something like this. There's no such thing as a free meal > The future of "truth" on the Internet https://yt.artemislena.eu/watch?v=-Bdb2KOb_zI Balenciaga Pope. Fake Pentagon explosions. It’s becoming increasingly difficult to tell AI-generated images apart from the real thing, sometimes to disastrous effect. A solution remains elusive. But Microsoft’s making an attempt with new media provenance features debuting at its annual Build conference. Launching for Bing Image Creator and Designer, Microsoft’s Canva-like web app that can generate designs for presentations, posters and more to share on social media and other channels, the new media provenance capabilities will enable consumers to verify whether an image or video was generated by AI, Microsoft says. Using cryptographic methods, the capabilities, scheduled to roll out in the coming months, will mark and sign AI-generated content with metadata about the origin of the image or video.