NFT Optic startup, founded by Roman Doronin, Vladislav Vinogradov and Andrey Doronichev, has launched the Ai or Not image recognition service. Determine if the content is created by human or artificial intelligence.

NFT-startup Optic from founders of Russia launched a service for the recognition of images created by AI

Optic co-founder Roman Doronichev spoke about the launch of the service on his page on the social network.

The Ai or Not service determines whether the image was created using artificial intelligence technologies, or whether its author is a person. The service supports images in jpeg, png, webp, gif, tiff, bmp formats with a maximum size of 10 MB.

In the verification results, the service indicates, for example, that it is certain that the image was created by a neural network in a certain percentage.

The developers also offered to participate in beta testing of the Ai or Not extension for the Google Chrome browser.

In June 2022, the Optic service was launched, which allows you to determine the authenticity of NFTs and control copyright in Web 3.0. Already in July, Óptica attracted the first investment for an amount of $11 million.


Kirill Bilyk

Source: RB

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