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Google-releases-3000 deepfake videos, so that researchers will be able to fight

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Google just released a new data set of 3,000 deepfake the videos that have made it.

The tech giant is hoping their version will be of help to academic researchers and other subject matter experts to develop new ways to detect and combat of the modified video, with the provision of new tools for the public and for publishers to find them.

Even though deepfakes first, it got a lot of attention as a result of poor fakes of a pornographic video, they have been greatly improved in terms of quality over the last two years.

The AI-based technology that allows anyone who knows how to use words in people’s mouths. Technology even celebrities have turn into celebrities, real exchange, with a face, that’s another horrible effect. A strange deepfake’s a clip of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is proud of its enterprise, the control of the information that went viral earlier this year.

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An example of this is the video of Google’s contribution to the FaceForensics the benchmark.
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Facebook itself was a lot of criticism after a video of House speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., manipulated to make her appear to be drunk or senile, went viral after being posted by a right-hand page on the social network.

Google is working together with the paid-for, and agrees to stakeholders in the past year and record of the hundreds of videos, you can use the publicly available deepfake generation of methods for the production of thousands of deepfakes of the video.

Legal and digital rights organisations, fear that the deepfake video drivers, which can cause problems during the 2020 US election.

In the meantime, a group of California-based researchers claim to have built a tool that is able to detect deepfake video with 96 percent accuracy.

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