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Photo Imaging News March 2023 Issue Published

In this issue, we conclude our coverage of the ImagingExecutives@Photopia.  We have an detailed review of the Visual 1st Spotlight – Fostering Cross-Sector Photo Print Partnerships: When doing it all yourself doesn’t make sense. Phototalk provides coverage of the visit by photographers Sandro Miller and Mark Edward Harris to India. The Business Review covers Xerox Holdings. Our extensive listing of photo imaging worldwide events includes early April meetings.

Brief News of the Photo Imaging Industry includes:3D-printing media that can take on different colors in different parts of a single print job; FILM Ferrania has announced P33, a 160-ISO 35mm B&W film made from movie stock; PRINTING United Alliance, Brand Chain and the Print Education & Research Foundation (PERF) –  are expected to merge on April 1, 2024; Fujifilm has launched a service through its Printlife branding called Capture Canada; “Behind the Curtain: AI’s doom or boom”; Leica Camera Group increased its FY sales revenues for the third record year in succession; Fressnapf Fotos Powered by The Customization Group – leverages their combined expertise to meet the rising demand for personalized pet products; The Customization Group has a new AI feature on its Merchone platform; The new Lomomatic 110 film camera features a glass lens; Advertek announced the strategic acquisition of Custom Colour Imaging; During the March 11 extraordinary general meeting of the Photoindustrie Association (PIV), members voted to dissolve the association; Cognition Labs has announced Devin, the world’s “first AI software engineer;” European lawmakers passed a major set of AI regulatory ground rules to govern artificial intelligence; The Federal Communications Commission has officially raised its definition for minimum broadband speeds from 25Mbps to 100Mbps; 40% of people surveyed couldn’t distinguish between an AI-generated face and a real face; Thermal Printing report from Smithers; ScanMyPhotos is partnering with Mylio.