Meta, the parent company of Facebook, announces its intention to roll out technology capable of detecting and labeling images produced by other companies’ artificial intelligence (AI) tools.
This new feature will be integrated into its platforms, including Facebook, Instagram, and Threads, to combat AI-generated fakery.
While Meta already labels AI-generated images produced by its own systems, this initiative aims to address the broader challenge of AI manipulation across social media platforms. The company hopes that by introducing this technology, it will catalyze momentum within the industry to confront AI-generated misinformation.
Senior executive Sir Nick Clegg, in a blog post, outlined Meta’s plans to expand the labeling of AI-generated content in the coming months. Despite acknowledging that the technology is still in development and not fully mature, Clegg emphasized Meta’s commitment to fostering progress in combatting AI fakery.
Source: BBC News