A fake picture was published in Finland – Now it’s spreading around the world when people think it’s real

The photo from Finland shared on the Facebook page of 1.7 million followers is not really from Finland, but neither is it a photo.

The photo shared by The Earth Facebook page is understood to be a photo taken in Finland.

– The trees are covered in snow in Finland, says the caption of the picture.

At the time of writing this story, the picture published on Monday has collected more than 70,000 likes and more than 4,000 admiring comments, in addition to which people have shared it more than 17,000 times.

However, very few commenters seem to have paid attention to the fact that it is not a photograph, but an output generated by artificial intelligence – and not even a particularly high-quality one.

The image is revealed to be produced by artificial intelligence, for example, by the fact that the landscape is simply too unrealistic to be real. Even the laws of physics don’t seem to apply to the kinos accumulated over the tops. In addition, the trees look identical to each other, which rarely happens in nature.

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Accurate with artificial intelligence

Content created by artificial intelligence has increased both on social media and on the internet in general much faster than human eyes and brains have become accustomed to recognizing such material.

In this particular case, falling into an artificial intelligence image has no major consequences, but sometimes the situation can be the other way around. With today’s tools, it is possible to create very believable deepfake content that combines authentic-looking video and sound.

A deepfake using artificial intelligence is able to define everything that the person in the video does and put completely made-up words in their mouth.