Facebook borrows from Prisma for planned live video filters

Facebook is betting on video filters (the graphics pioneered by Snapchat that can be overlaid on faces in recorded clips) to get more users hooked on its live-streaming tool. Having already demoed its upcoming style transfer graphics (artistic filters that draw from the style of famous painters to transform videos into works of art), it is now offering more details about the artificial intelligence powering its new mobile tools.Instead of Snapchat, the inspiration for these Live video filters comes from Prisma — an AI-powered photography app that boasts a range of artistic graphics that can be applied to both images and video. Facebook is currently testing style transfers as part of an update that gives added prominence to your smartphone camera within its flagship app in Ireland.Unlike Snapchat (the app that pioneered filters…

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