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Facebook says its AI can detect deepfakes and identify their origin

Artificial intelligence (AI) has advanced to a point where computers can be taught to create “deepfakes” by combining authentic images and videos. We’ve seen some troubling deepfakes already — videos that supposedly show well-known celebrities, that are in fact fake. The results of a deepfake video or photo can be harmless fun, like the image above imagining what John Krasinski’s Captain America would have looked like. But people with malicious intent might use deepfakes to disseminate misinformation, as the technology allows attackers to impersonate politicians and have them say practically anything.

These deepfakes could then spread like wildfire on and have the potential of doing plenty of harm before being debunked. That’s where Facebook might come to the rescue, as the company’s AI researchers have devised technology that does more than simply detect deepfakes. Facebook says its AI can actually track the origin of deepfakes by finding unique characteristics that might help it identify the source of a deepfake meant to spread misinformation.

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Artificial intelligence (AI) has advanced to a point where computers can be taught to create “deepfakes” by combining authentic images and videos. We’ve seen some troubling deepfakes already — videos that supposedly show well-known celebrities, that are in fact fake. The results of a deepfake video or photo can be harmless fun, like the image …AI, Deepfake, facebook
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