πŸ€– White AI faces deceive as more real than human faces in a survey.

– Study finds 66% rate AI images as human compared to 51% for real images.

– The AI faces' realism raises concerns for identity theft and online therapy.

– Bias may arise as the AI faces were mainly trained on images of white people.

– Perceptions of race could be confounded with perceptions of being "human."

– Social biases and finding missing children may be affected by AI-generated faces.

– Experiments show AI faces excel in proportionality, familiarity, and memorability.

– A machine learning system can distinguish real faces from AI with 94% accuracy.

– AI's potential to fool humans raises important real-world implications.