कुछ शख़्सियतों की कहानियां पढ़ने के बाद ये ख़याल कई बार मन में आता ही होगा कि ये असल ज़िन्दगी में कैसे होंगे. बोलते कैसे होंगे, चेहरे के हाव-भाव कैसे होंगे, खाते कैसे होंगे, चलते कैसे होंगे आदि.
एक तकनीक ने कुछ हद तक हमारी क्यूरियोसिटी का हल ढूंढ लिया है. AI तकनीक के ज़रिए तस्वीरों के हाव-भाव गढ़े जा सकते हैं. इस तकनीक से बनाए गए फ़नी वीडियोज़ तो आपने भी देखे ही होगे.
ट्विटर पर कीर्तिक ससीधरन नामक शख़्स ने एक ट्विटर थ्रेड अपलोड किया जिसमें भगत सिंह, स्वामी विवेकानंद, बाल गंगाधर तिलक, कस्तूरबा गांधी, गुरू अरविंदो, मुंशी प्रेमचंद के वीडियोज़ डाले जिसमें ये शख़्सियतें एकदम जीवित लग रही हैं.
Kind of surreal to take a photo of the singularly inspiring Bhagat Singh -- a revolutionary voice in 1920s India, who was hung by the British in 1931, at the age of 24 -- run it through the Heritage AI algorithm, and see him reanimated. pic.twitter.com/CfC0Gu6Gxk— Keerthik Sasidharan (@KS1729) February 28, 2021
Swami Vivekananda probably would have laughed at such algorithmic efforts to reanimate photos, but as a great believer in the powers of science to improve material aspects of human lives, he would have probably wanted to understand the details of how it all works. pic.twitter.com/3zFu9suGar— Keerthik Sasidharan (@KS1729) February 28, 2021
It was hard to find a quality photo of Lokmanya Tilak, but this worked. Tilak urgently deserve a new reappraisal as one of the founding fathers of the modern Indian mind. A reformist & revivalist of traditions, a believer in the power of mass media before most Indians could read. pic.twitter.com/M93KWkR6bc— Keerthik Sasidharan (@KS1729) February 28, 2021
A young Kasturba Gandhi -- again, high quality photos are hard to come by -- here, probably taken during her stay in South Africa (I could be wrong), where she traveled to, raised children, & discovered the contours of her own social commitments before returning to India in 1915. pic.twitter.com/THVz1zyibn— Keerthik Sasidharan (@KS1729) February 28, 2021
The great master and teacher Aurobindo wrote, when he was young, a revolutionary spirit, and a restless mind, nearly a century ago: "The Time has perhaps come fot the Indian mind, long pre-ccupied with political and economic issues, for a widening of its horizon." pic.twitter.com/8U9BwxoE7Z— Keerthik Sasidharan (@KS1729) February 28, 2021
Munshi Premchand, half bemused, at the newfangled inventions that have come up 80 years after his death. If he were alive, he would probably have used some of it--perhaps, even a novel about of a farmer who wants to buy a computer for his daughter--in his vast oeuvre of writings. pic.twitter.com/dNtm4Dh7CB— Keerthik Sasidharan (@KS1729) February 28, 2021
एक दूसरे ट्विटर यूज़र, रामनाथ ने श्रीनिवास रामानुजन की फ़ोटो डाली.
S Ramanujan. Seems like he is trying to make sense of some equations on a blackboard. pic.twitter.com/grxawuI3Ag— Ramnath (@rmnth) February 28, 2021
लोगों की प्रतिक्रिया-
This has given me massive goosebumps 🥺— Ms. Asad (@AinAlifSay) February 28, 2021
What have you done, Keerthik! This is gonna come to WhatsApp as "real footage". It's that good😅— Rajesh Bhattad | The SalesOps Guy (@theSalesOpsGuy) February 28, 2021
Feeling shivers down my spine...but not with fear... actually with amusement!— faryal ahmed (@umhadi1977) February 28, 2021
All this is just extraordinary 🌹 👏👏👏🙏— RomeshNadir🇮🇳 (@RomeshNadir) February 28, 2021
Goosebumps & tears as I watch Historical giants coming to life. Especially when I saw Bhagat Singh.— Fitoori फितूरी🇮🇳 (@UrbanFitoor) February 28, 2021
What an amazing technology...💫💫human brain is phenomenal genius to do wonders like this...👏— Kranthiquotes (@kranthimirinda) February 28, 2021
Wow!💕— Namrata Wakhloo (@NamrataWakhloo) February 28, 2021
हम तो बार-बार ये तस्वीरें देख रहे हैं. तस्वीरें देखकर, आपको कैसे लगा कमेंट बॉक्स में बताइए.