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Deepfakes and the Growing Problem of Convincing Misinformation

Deepfakes and the Growing Problem of Convincing Misinformation

Update: 2021-06-013
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Videos can be really convincing. But what happens when the news report you're watching isn't real? Or the interview you heard about was faked? This isn't a conspiracy theory or something in the distant future. Deepfakes and tampering of videos is happening now with real world consequences. The rampant spread of misinformation and the growing issue of deepfakes needs to be addressed. Luckily, a group of researchers from Binghamton University teamed up with engineers at Intel to tackle this problem.


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Deepfakes and the Growing Problem of Convincing Misinformation

Deepfakes and the Growing Problem of Convincing Misinformation

Lauren Mattina, MS.Ed and Nicholas Volpe, MS