On March 5, Twitter begins deleting fake videos and photos or tagging them accordingly. Earlier, Facebook announced that it will start developing an algorithm that will distinguish deepface images .
Deep fakes – deepface) – technologies for artificial synthesis of human images based on neural networks and artificial intelligence. With the help of technology, one of the first videos was created, “You don’t want to believe what Obama says in…
The news agency continues to experiment with digital broadcasters. The female team of AI journalists has replenished with Xin Xiaowei, developed by Sogou. It is a digital copy of real host Zhao Wanwei and is driven exclusively by text input. The new bot, which reads the Xinhua News, has become the most realistic copy of the person working in the agency and will eventually be able to report outside the studio.
New biometric features in Android 11 are making it easier for developers to choose the most convenient authentication methods, instead of relying on typical fingerprint recognition, writes Android Central.
The leader of the group “Earthlings” Sergey Skachkov commented on the performance of the hit “Grass by the House” by Elon Mask. The author of the video made it using DeepFake technology (DeepFaceLab), combining the face of soloist Igor Romanov with the image of the founder of SpaceX. The video appeared on the network on May 16, but it became popular after the successful launch of the spacecraft to the ISS.
The frames show that the creator of SpaceX seems to be performing a Soviet hit.
Modern hackers are able to fake biometric data. This was stated by CPO Group intellectual property specialist Sandro Kekua during the round table “human Digitalization: the future of personal data”, organized by the business magazine “invest-foresight” and the Institute for information transfer problems of the Russian Academy of Sciences named after A. Harkevich within the project “future design Club”.
Various methods of image manipulation were introduced in the 19th century and later applied to movies. These methods have improved rapidly with digital video.
Deepfake has become one of the most debatable phenomena in the tech industry. As this technology has introduced a crazy yet innovative concept in the market, it has become viral than ever.
Have you ever met a person on the street who looks exactly like you? Clothing, face, gait, manner of communication, habits are completely identical to yours. It’s like you were scanned and printed out on a printer. Sounds a little…
It is no longer possible to ban such systems. Even if it were possible to identify and destroy every single one, new ones would definitely appear