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A new study from London’s Imperial College and at the Samsung, the AI research center in the united kingdom, shows how a single image and audio file that can be used for the production of an to be able to sing or talk to deepfake a video-portrait of the person.
For the scientists, and that their output is generated by using machine learning, they are able to control the production of a series of strange videos, including one of the legendary Russian mystic Grigori Rasputin sings ‘ Beyonce’s 2009 power ballad, “Halo.”
The counterfeits are certainly not 100% realistic, but it shows just how fast the technology is progressing, and how much damage it can cause when it ripens.
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Deepfakes have been in the news lately.
Us researchers have unveiled a technology that allows you to make words in other people’s mouths, quite literally. Lawmakers have been concerned about the possibility of deepfake videos to go “viral” in the middle of the 2020 US election.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., it is reportedly still angry with Facebook over its refusal to remove a doctored video of a speech she gave, which was delayed in order for her to appear to be drunk or senile.
Facebook will remove any content that is a lie, but it was, however, below the grade of the Pelosi video, and then add the statements of the facts of the case to check the organizations below.
FACEBOOK IS IGNORING HILLARY CLINTON, AND NANCY PELOSI IS DRIVING THE BACKLASH OVER FAKE VIDEO
“We think it’s important for people to make their own informed choice about what to believe,” Monika Bickert, Facebook’s vice-president for product policy, and counterterrorism, told CNN. “It’s our job to make sure that we get the right information, and that is why we are working with more than 50 fact-checking organizations in the world.”
Even though Facebook’s current policy on the manipulation of the covers, lying media, and the tech giant told Marketwatch that it is working to determine whether or not there should be an additional layer to address some of the staff are referred to the threats presented by emerging technologies, say, “deepfakes” in the past.
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