Internet

China moves to regulate deepfake technology

New rules went into effect in China on Tuesday to regulate the use of deepfakes, the increasingly realistic digital video manipulations that have sparked disinformation fears around the globe.

Computer Sciences

An AI app that can spot deepfake videos of famous people

A pair of researchers, one with Gymnasium of Johannes Kepler, the other with the University of California, Berkley, has developed an artificial intelligence (AI) application capable of determining whether a video clip of ...

Consumer & Gadgets

The world of deepfake advertising is coming this decade

Manipulated advertising is becoming an increasingly prevalent phenomenon in marketing. Techniques such as deepfakes leverage artificial intelligence and machine learning to generate convincing, true-to-life, synthetic replicas ...

Deepfakes are being used for good—here's how

In the second season of BBC mystery thriller The Capture, deepfakes threaten the future of democracy and UK national security. In a dystopia set in present day London, hackers use AI to insert these highly realistic false ...

Internet

AI and deepfakes present new risks for internet relationships

People looking for genuine relationships via the internet will need to become a lot more savvy about new technologies which expose them to romance fraud at an "entirely new level of risk," warns QUT internet fraud researcher ...

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