09 - April 2023

A.I. Pop Culture Is Already Here

In the latest issue of The New Yorker , Kyle Chayka writes about the wave of fake Balenciaga ads that have taken the internet by storm. These short mock commercials, mashing up the ...

25 - January 2022

2022 SXSW Innovation Awards Finalists

“An amazing collection of some of the world’s most forward-thinking digital projects, the  60+ finalists  for the  2022 SXSW Innovation Awards  span 13 different categories.”  

22 - December 2021

Can D-ID be the face of the Metaverse?

“Recently, we realized that in the Metaverse, we are going to hold a super important strategic position,” explained Gil Perry, Co-Founder and CEO of D-ID. “Because we are experts in ...

10 - October 2021

Mondelez uses AI to animate family photos for Vietnamese holiday

Mondelez's creative and data agency partners, Publicis and Digitas Vietnam, respectively, were able to team with Tel Aviv-based AI company D-ID on the activation, demonstrating how agency holding companies can use their scale to find tech partners to elevate campaign experiences. D-ID has ...

18 - June 2021

Is This AI Startup The Next Pixar?

And these were just the first steps for D-ID on its ambitious journey to reshape with AI a market which is predicted to reach $2.7 trillion in 2025.  “In seven to ten years, there will be a ...

01 - March 2021

How To Animate Your Old Photos

Last week, genealogy platform MyHeritage released a feature called 'Deep Nostalgia' that animates faces in still photos using video reenactment technology.

25 - February 2021

Ever wondered what your ancestors were like?

Genealogy website MyHeritage has unveiled a bizarre new online tool that can animate old photos of deceased family members. The free deepfake technology, called Deep Nostalgia, takes any photo and animates the subject's face – with strangely realistic and unsettling results.