Lucasfilm hires deepfake Mandalorian YouTuber
YouTuber Shamook who used deepfake video expertise and his abilities to enhance the CGI characters within the current Mandalorian TV collection as a proof of idea, has been employed by Lucasfilm this week as their “Senior Facial Capture Artist.” Check out the video beneath for extra data on the deepfake expertise and the way it was used to boost the younger Luke skywalker within the Mandalorian episode. “Deepfakes are synthetic media in which a person in an existing image or video is replaced with someone else’s likeness leveraging powerful techniques from machine learning and artificial intelligence.”
“As some of you may already know, I joined ILM/Lucasfilms a few months ago and haven’t had the time to work on any new YouTube content,” Shamook wrote within the remark part of a current video. “Now I’ve settled into my job, uploads should start increasing again. They’ll still be slow, but hopefully not months apart.”
“[Industrial Light and Magic is] always on the lookout for talented artists and have in fact hired the artist that goes by the online persona ‘Shamook,’” a Lucasfilm consultant stated in a press release. “Over the past several years ILM has been investing in both machine learning and A.I. as a means to produce compelling visual effects work and it’s been terrific to see momentum building in this space as the technology advances.”
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