‘There isn’t any such factor as an actual image,’ says Samsung exec

Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra on a blue and yellow background showing rear panel and grey device color.
The Samsung Galaxy S24 Extremely, displaying off its cameras. | Picture by Allison Johnson / The Verge

How does Samsung defend itself towards the notion that its cellphone cameras are spitting out faux AI photographs of not solely the Moon, however most the rest you’d care to purpose them at as of late? For starters, the corporate’s head of product is saying that each photograph is faux.

Samsung EVP Patrick Chomet advised TechRadar just lately:

There was a really good video by Marques Brownlee final yr on the moon image. Everybody was like, ‘Is it faux? Is it not faux?’ There was a debate round what constitutes an actual image. And really, there isn’t a such factor as an actual image. As quickly as you’ve gotten sensors to seize one thing, you reproduce [what you’re seeing], and it doesn’t imply something. There isn’t any actual image. You’ll be able to attempt to outline an actual image by…

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