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Deepfake Videos Could Be Exposed

Intel claims it can spot 96 percent of "deepfake" videos. The trick appears to be tracking blood flow in the face. A deepfake is a more sophisticated version of the comparatively basic task of replacing one person's face with another in a video. ... Common uses include making the person appear to be saying something they never actually said (creating political distrust) or making it look like they performed lewd actions. The "deep" element comes from deep learning, where a computer program tries out and develops different tactics for performing a task better. In this case, the ... (view more)

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