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It has the potential to ruin relationships, reputations, and our online reality. “Deepfake” artificial intelligence technology promises to create doctored videos so realistic that they’re almost…
Governments already use fake data to confuse their enemies. What if they start doing this in the nuclear realm?
Experts have warned that utterly realistic A.I.-generated videos might wreak havoc through deception. What’s happened is troubling in a different way.
Intel claims FakeCatcher has a 96% accuracy rate at detecting deepfakes and works by analyzing the subtle ‘blood flow’ in video pixels.
We can now conjure any image we want, just by typing; they're entirely new images with the content, quality, and style specified.
The budding technology can manipulate a real event or invent one from thin air, adding further confusion to our elections.
The spread of AI-generated content is keeping the tech designed to spot it on its toes
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This developing branch of synthetic media technology has commercial applications—but also has the potential to disrupt elections and spread disinformation.
Thanks to the rise of “deepfakes”—highly realistic and difficult-to-detect digital manipulations of audio or video—it is becoming easier than ever to portray someone saying or doing something he or
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