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Deepfakes: Should we still trust what we see?Deep fakes are videos, but not as you know them. The people in them might look and sound real, but the images and audio have been produced using ever-improving AI technologies. Soon individuals and state players alike will have the power to make celebrities and politicians do or say whatever they want via digital doubles.
The troubling rise of 'deep fakes': How AI is making it hard to know what's realIn All The President’s Men, Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein’s account of how they broke the Watergate scandal that toppled President Richard Nixon, the reporters describe meeting their key informant in an underground car park near a bridge over the Potomac River in Washington, DC.
Kenji Iguchi on Twitterhttps://t.co/mXv5cAr38b 凄いな。PCのカメラ映像をブラウザからWebRTC経由でGPUサーバに送って、リアルタイムにdeepfake処理して顔入れ替え。あっさりニコラス・ケイジになれたうえに、口開けたり目閉じたりしてもちゃんとケイジのままで追随してるTwitter
Machine Learning to Stream "DeepFake" Videos in Real-TimeMachine learning is one of the major goals of the more general term of artificial intelligence. Earlier this year I read about so called "DeepFake" videos on the popular German computer science news service Heise. While the entire topic in that article is a bit sleazy, I was intrigued by the possibilities of that technology.
How real-time deepfakes trick your brain to think that you are somebody elseA big part of your self perception and identity is related to our face. As we can't see our own face directly - we observe it's reflection in a mirror. Nowadays a 'selfie-camera' often acts as a mirror replacement that everybody carries in the pocket. People are fascinates by mirrors and reflections since a long time.
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