Photoshop has been steadily adding AI-powered tools to its menus in recent years, but an incredible new demo from an independent research team shows where the best photo editors are heading next.

DragGAN may not be a fully-fledged consumer product yet, but the research paper (picked up on Twitter by AI researchers) @_akhaliq and @icreatelife) shows the kinds of reality-warping photo manipulation that’s going to be possible very soon. This AI-powered tech will again challenge our definition of what a photo actually is.

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