Poll: Do you care if your moon mode shot is generated by AI?


Poll: Do you care if your moon mode shot is generated by AI?

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra moon mode shot Hadlee

Credit: Hadlee Simons / Android Authority

Many high-end phones today have a moon mode, allowing you to take clear, zoomed-in snaps of the moon. However, Samsung is in the spotlight after a Reddit user’s experiment showed that the company’s moon mode could be easily duped.

The Redditor’s experiment showed that Samsung’s moon mode will recognize blurry pictures of the moon and add extra details, craters, and textures out of thin air. It’s also worth noting that Samsung wasn’t the only smartphone brand coming under the microscope for this. Huawei was previously under scrutiny for its moon mode too.

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