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Even the AI Behind Deepfakes Can’t Save Us From Being Duped

Even the AI Behind Deepfakes Can’t Save Us From Being Duped

Last week Google released several thousand deepfake videos to help researchers build tools that use artificial intelligence to spot altered videos that could spawn political misinformation, corporate sabotage, or cyberbullying.Google’s videos could be used to create technology that offers hope of catching deepfakes in much the way spam filters catch email spam. In reality, though,…
Google fights deepfakes by releasing 3,000 deepfakes

Google fights deepfakes by releasing 3,000 deepfakes

The tech giant filmed actors in a variety of scenes and then used publicly available deepfake generation methods to create a database of around 3,000 deepfakes. Researchers can now use that dataset to train automated detection tools and make them as effective and accurate as possible when its comes to spotting AI-synthesized images. Google promises…
AI can’t protect us from deepfakes, argues new report

AI can’t protect us from deepfakes, argues new report

A new report from Data and Society raises doubts about automated solutions to deceptively altered videos, including machine learning-altered videos called deepfakes. Authors Britt Paris and Joan Donovan argue that deepfakes, while new, are part of a long history of media manipulation — one that requires both a social and a technical fix. Relying on…
An optimistic view of deepfakes

An optimistic view of deepfakes

Sunny Dhillon Contributor More posts by this contributor Deepfakes are having a moment. Their dangers are becoming more known and understood. The media is rife with articles detailing the speed at which the technology has grown in sophistication and become more accessible, as well as the risks involved. Good. The negative implications of deepfakes are…
AI deepfakes are now as simple as typing whatever you want your subject to say

AI deepfakes are now as simple as typing whatever you want your subject to...

In the latest example of deepfake technology, researchers have shown off new software that uses machine learning to let users edit the text transcript of a video to add, delete, or change the words coming right out of somebody’s mouth. The work was done by scientists from Stanford University, the Max Planck Institute for Informatics,…

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Amazon apologises for delivering condoms, toothbrushes instead of Nintendo Switch –...

Retail giant Amazon has apologised after its buyers received condoms and random items such as toothbrushes and tambourines, instead of Nintendo Switch worth £300.The company has listed an apology after the Black Friday blunder. At least a dozen of its buyers were disappointed and complained to the online shopping behemoth.They have promised to refund customers,…

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