AI Behind Deepfakes May Power Materials Design Innovations, Scientists Say

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November 10, 2021 | Originally published by Penn State University on November 8, 2021

According to this article, University of Pennsylvania scientists have used artificial intelligence (AI) technology to create fake images of human faces to now power the next wave of innovations in materials design. Scientists were able to use the same technology to swamp out the images of human faces for elemental compositions of high-performance alloy.

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