September 10, 2020

Deepfakes: 2020 and Beyond

1 min

On September 3, 2020, David Fink and Sarah Diamond published “Deepfakes: 2020 and Beyond” in The Recorder. The following is an excerpt:

Deepfakes challenge our assumptions about what is real and what is not. A combination of the phrases “deep learning” and “fake,” deepfakes are superrealistic digitally altered images that use machine learning algorithms to swap one person’s face or voice for another’s. Deepfakes can be photos, videos or audio recordings of people saying and doing things that never actually happened.

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