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AI Can Now Detect Deepfakes by Looking for Weird Facial Movements

Machines can now look for visual inconsistencies to identify AI-generated dupes, a lot like humans do.
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I can detect deep fake by looking for weird facial movements.
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Pariah wrote: I can detect deep fake by looking for weird facial movements.


Yeah, but what if it’s a different kind of porn?
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jkahless wrote:
Pariah wrote: I can detect deep fake by looking for weird facial movements.


Yeah, but what if it’s a different kind of porn?

grossly oversized tits and dicks

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Pariah wrote: I can detect deep fake by looking for weird facial movements.

That and when they turn their head and the wide angle makes the computer stop recognizing a face for a couple frames. Disturbing.
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dv wrote:
Pariah wrote: I can detect deep fake by looking for weird facial movements.

That and when they turn their head and the wide angle makes the computer stop recognizing a face for a couple frames. Disturbing.

It's not my thing but I did find a deep fakes site and watched a few minutes of a bunch of vids and I did not find even one that was not obviously fake after 30 seconds of attentive viewing.
The tech just ain't all that good if those vids were a good example.
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i guess it's going to be an arms race ... ai to create deepfakes, ai to spot it

something tells me the former is going to win, by sheer volume if for no other reason
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Yeah, discerning what's a deepfake is going to become a lot more difficult as the ai which creates it becomes more advanced.
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obvs wrote: Yeah, discerning what's a deepfake is going to become a lot more difficult as the ai which creates it becomes more advanced.


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TOS wrote: i guess it's going to be an arms race ... ai to create deepfakes, ai to spot it

something tells me the former is going to win, by sheer volume if for no other reason

Ya, Now you have to spend a lot of money on a high end PC to render dep fakes but look how cheap many cored CPUs have become already. Won't be long until stuff like 24core/48thread gear is cheap enough for any enthusiast.
And the software is free:
https://github.com/iperov/DeepFaceLab
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