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A Chinese neural network from Tencent can turn your photo into an anime version. And More

In the Ukrainian segment of Twitter, the Chinese service Different Dimension Me is gaining popularity, which allows you to process any photo in the style of anime, and the AI even can make convert into a video in just cople of clicks.

  Users around the world upload their own selfies, as well as photos of famous people, and share the results. The authors of the program are the developers of the popular Chinese messenger QQ, owned by Tencent.

The service is available at the link. You can also scan the QR code on any photo result. The interface is in Chinese, but intuitive: you need to drag or upload your photo, the neural network will process it and show the result in a few seconds.

A huge number of processed photos posted on Ukrainian Twitter are not users’ own photos, but photos of famous people. You can already find anime versions of the Klichko brothers, Petro Poroshenko, Verka Serdyuchka and others.


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