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Beware.. Artificial intelligence threatens your life

extend/ Many artists and social media users participated in a new challenge, which is to convert images into cartoon ones through applications that use artificial intelligence techniques. Despite the accuracy of the images and their unusual shape, their impact on users threatens their accounts and data.

What is the Lensa app?

Many artists used Trend images of artificial intelligence, including Mayan Al-Sayed, Ahmed Zahir, Laila and Malak Zahir, Mirihan Hussein, and others, and this was through the “Lensa” application, which has been very popular recently.

Lensa is used to generate 10 AI images, and has been extremely popular over the past week as social media has become inundated with people posting AI-generated selfies from the app’s latest feature.

Danger due to artificial intelligence

For $3.99, Lensa users can upload 10-20 photos of themselves and then receive 50 AI-generated avatars created in a variety of artistic styles.

But, before you hit the buy button, a word of warning, Lensa’s privacy policy and terms of use state that the photos users submit to create their avatars, or more specifically, facial data.

The facial data is used by Prisma AI, the developer of Lensa, to train the AI’s neural network.

Fears due to Lensa AI images

But despite the huge success of Lensa’s AI images, many artists around the world have expressed concerns about the signatures in AI-generated images.

According to ARTnet News, there are other AI concerns because the goal of these images is to study an artificial neural network, and the image converter app can mine massive amounts of data to figure out how to create better results.

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Personal data is collected by the shape and topology of the face, and this facial data is entered into the neural network, despite the danger of collecting it and the company’s assurance that this facial data is not sold to third parties, but the application is likely to be hacked and stolen.