The Voila AI Artist face-changing App has become very popular recently, because the fun part is that it can change the appearance of the user to the appearance of a cartoon character, which has great potential. However, McAfee chief engineer Steve Povolny urged users to be careful about privacy issues when using these apps, that is, users already understand that the app has the risk of collecting data, but many people are not aware of the future use of the relevant data. It may be possible It was beyond expectations.
- Recently, the Voila AI Artist face-changing app has become very popular, in which the user can be changed to look like an extremely cartoon character
- McAfee Chief Engineer Steve Povolny urges users to be careful about privacy issues when using these apps
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The Voila AI Artist face-changing app has become very popular recently. The special feature is that users can upload photos or take photos, then select one of 2D, 3D cartoon, Renaissance or comics modes, and then change the look to a very cartoon character. Looks like, uh, like index is very high. In addition, this app still has the function of modifying celebrity images, and also provides a subscription service, so that users can use the functions that require additional fees. The weekly subscription fees for the iOS version and Android version are US$3 (approximately HK$24) and US$2 (approximately HK$16).
In addition, Steve Povolny also mentioned that in the past few years, people have become more and more accustomed to the collection and use of personal data by brands. However, with the rapid development of artificial intelligence technology, users need to be more careful in handling the applications they use and publishing on social platforms. Of the content.
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Source: USA Today