AI company Optic has introduced AI or Not, a web service designed to detect whether an image was generated by AI or not. The company aims to mitigate risks in AI-generated media, NSFW content, and NFT counterfeits in real-time.

How to Use: To use AI or Not, users can upload, paste a URL, or drag and drop photos or illustrations of up to 10 MB in size.

  • Optic's system claims to recognize images created by DALL-E, Midjourney, Stable Diffusion, and GANs.
  • For social media-savvy folks, tweeting images to @optic_xyz with the hashtag #aiornot will prompt a response revealing the likelihood that the image is AI-generated.

Zoom In: However, it's worth noting that the Wall Street Journal reported Optic's accuracy rate fell from 95% to 88.9% after Midjourney released its latest v5 image generator.

  • Optic provides an API for bulk image analysis and is also working on a Google Chrome extension.
  • As AI-generated images become increasingly prevalent, services like AI or Not will help users stay one step ahead in the game of image authenticity.
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