Can You Spot a Deepfake? MIT Media Lab Research Project Offers Online Website to Test Your Abilities
From MIT Media Lab:
How do you spot a DeepFake? How good are DeepFake videos? How well can ordinary people tell the difference between a video manipulated by AI and a normal, non-altered video? Rather than try to explain in words, we built the Detect Fakes website so you can see the answer for yourself. Detect Fakes is a research project designed to answer these questions and identify techniques to counteract AI-generated misinformation. It turns out there are many subtle signs that a video has been algorithmically manipulated.
Direct to Detect Fakes
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