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Anime Rock, Paper, Scissors Video Highlights A.I. Art Controversy

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Source: Screen Rant

The AI artwork controversies have now come to the field of anime, thanks to a hilariously absurd Rock, Paper, Scissors video by the group Corridor Digital.

The video, which runs about seven minutes long, was created using a combination of three different AI programs, known as Stable Diffusion, Dreambooth, and DaVinci Resolve. Diffusion creates images from noise and can be used to turn live-action video into animation. The model was trained using footage of the actors in costume, and the art style was apparently trained using the anime Vampire Hunter DBloodlust. The backgrounds were created in Unreal Engine and had the same style applied to them, then were composited in using greenscreen techniques. The end result is certainly impressive, if not perfect.

Read more: Anime Rock, Paper, Scissors Video Highlights A.I. Art Controversy (screenrant.com)

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