The head of Tesla and SpaceX, and since the fall of 2022 and the long-suffering Twitter, Elon Musk commented on the appearance of a new Magic Eraser feature in Google Photos.
Recently, Google announced that the Magic Eraser photo removal feature is no longer exclusive to the Pixel lineup. The feature is already rolling out to all Google One subscribers using the Google Photos app on iOS or Android.
In the example posted by Google, you can see how several people on the beach were removed from the photo, leaving only one girl in the frame. Elon Musk reacted to the news by tweeting two photos: the first, taken in April 1937, depicts Joseph Stalin and Nikolai Yezhov, and the second (edited) Yezhov is gone.
“Stalin would have loved this feature,” Musk commented.
Stalin would’ve loved this feature pic.twitter.com/cizT09xxty
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 24, 2023
Google Photos can now automatically detect extraneous details or people in a photo, which can then be easily removed. Users can also stroke or manually specify what they want to erase from the image.
Another Magic Eraser feature, Camouflage, can change the color of objects to blend in naturally with the rest of the image. In addition, the HDR effect in photos helps balance out dark foregrounds and bright backgrounds (or vice versa) and increase video brightness and contrast.
Musk has previously been known for controversial statements on Twitter. In October, the billionaire launched a poll about “peace between Ukraine and Russia” – where, among other things, he offered to give Crimea to the occupiers. And a few days later, Musk proposed making Taiwan a special administrative region of China – in response, Taiwanese officials recommended Elon “hire a political adviser.”
Another new statement by Elon Musk was about the Revolution of Dignity, which he called a “coup” in a comment to a discussion of an article by American professor John Mearsheimer (whose statements often coincide with Russian propaganda).
“Elections [2010 года]may have been dubious, but there is no doubt that the coup really took place,” wrote Mask.
In response, Mikhail Podolyak, adviser to the head of the OP, advised the billionaire to “stop reading Russian newspapers.”
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