Software for making photos and videos can be used to generate “viral” images, according to a report by Bloomberg News.

The software, called AI Photos, creates “lenses” of photos and video to look like images and video taken in a studio.

The software also uses artificial intelligence to automatically make annotations.

Bloomberg said the software was used by some companies to make a film about the earthquake that struck Japan in 2011.

Bloomberg reported that the software has been used in Instagram, Instagram, Microsoft and a number of other companies.

Bloomberg reported that it was used to “instantly create a photo of a man in his underwear or shorts with his arms crossed in front of his chest and his eyes closed.”

It also was used on a photo showing a man with a blood-stained shirt and a face that was made to look as if he was bleeding from a cut.

Bloomberg’s report also cited the use of the software by the music video maker Lady Gaga.

The video featured Gaga and was directed by Mark Waters, who was also the lead designer on the movie “A.I.” that grossed $5.7 billion at the worldwide box office.

Bloomberg also reported that Instagram has been accused of violating a law that requires it to have the privacy of users’ photos and data.

In March, the Federal Trade Commission sued Instagram over privacy practices and said the company failed to take steps to protect users’ information from being shared or shared with third parties.