Page 4 of [VIDEO] The deeply concerning advent of Deepfakes
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I wouldn’t flatter it by calling it deep fake - I did it using two apps on my iPhone - shallow fake at best
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You can tell it’s a deep fake, the flicker UAT the bottom and the weird way his hand disappears behind the picture, funny though
The deepfake arms race has begun. Microsoft unveils deepfake detection tool, which may already be outdated.
Microsoft has developed a tool to spot deepfakes - computer-manipulated images in which one person's likeness has been used to replace that of another.
The software analyses photos and videos to give a confidence score about whether the material is likely to have been artificially created.
The firm says it hopes the tech will help "combat disinformation".
One expert has said it risks becoming quickly outdated because of the pace at which deepfake tech is advancing.
To address this, Microsoft has also announced a separate system to help content producers add hidden code to their footage so any subsequent changes can be easily flagged.
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I need a tool badly! I can no longer remember if Nicolas Cage was in a film or I just saw a deep fake of it. :(
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Robee J Shepherd says...
"I need a tool badly! I can no longer remember if Nicolas Cage was in a film or I just saw a deep fake of it. :("
It's Nic Cage, does it matter?
Couple of ropey moments to start with, but it settles in