Samsung faking photos

March 18, 2023
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Samung faking photos

Source: A Samsung smartphone identified a blurry photo of the Moon and added detail to create the above image. Image: u/ibreakphotos

I wanted to write about Chat GPT 4, but I quit. The newsfeed is full of this story.
So instead I picked some interesting news: Samsung is faking the moon photos (remember the “Space zoom” capability?)

How to call this scandal “Moon gate”…“Camera gate”?

Questions for the company:
1. Who approved this stunt?
2. Will senior leaders take corrective actions?
3. Is Samsung doing other tricks to mislead consumers?
4. How can we expect that this will not happen again?

The full article can be read here.

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