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Banned on free version article says and adds reasons


Implausibilibuddy

You need the paid tiers anyway to have any hope of getting a GPU that can process more than a few frames per day.


EmbarrassedHelp

It's not very clear though and the article points that out: > There is no evidence that the new restriction is limited only to the free tier of Google Colab – at the bottom of the list of prohibited activities to which deepfakes have now been added, is the note ‘Additional restrictions exist for paid users’, indicating that these are baseline regulations. I also checked the Discord referenced in the article, and the users there are saying that it works on the paid version. I'm hoping that it's just a free version specific ban due to intensive resource usage, as the resources are rather limited.


pete1901

This feels like trying to ban nuclear weapons for others once you have them yourselves...


ZackDaTitan

Banned from the public ;)


Baensky

Used anyway


EmbarrassedHelp

Well, banned for poor people basically


brainwarts

"Let's make a technology that will allow anyone to create a perfectly convincing video of anyone saying or doing anything, surely that won't have any potential for abuse."


ironichaos

One of the worst parts is now anyone can just say it was a deep fake I didn’t say that.


ChocElite

I've never seen a deepfake I didn't immediately recognize as fake... Which could be taken in two different contexts...


celticsfan34

Exactly, I’ve seen some extremely convincing ones based on the quality which were obviously fake because of the content. Creating a 10 second clip of someone saying something, if you have a somewhat decent lookalike to start with, is doable. There’s even audio deepfakes to simulate the voice.


Lance-Harper

A classic case of « we spent so much time doing it that we forgot to ask if we should be doing it » Those are political weapons. They don’t just go away


EmbarrassedHelp

This seems really dumb honestly


goomyman

It's unenforceable other than throttling. It's probably a legal thing to shield liability.


siggystabs

My thoughts as well. How can they even tell you're making a deep fake?


Middle-Management-85

Probably have a fingerprint of common deep fake algorithms. Most people aren’t running a new algorithm they designed but got something “off the shelf.”


Nervous-Ear-8594

I’m so sick of such amazing stuff being closed off to the public. Something that was so fun and such a great learning experience for all of us.


Supertrinko

I'm excited for when AI actors can play a convincing role and the average indie film maker can create high quality films with a full AI cast. I'm not excited for when you can't trust any video evidence ever again.