Spotting fake videos with artificial intelligence

Matthias Nießner uses Face2Face to create a mask of his face so that he can repl
Matthias Nießner uses Face2Face to create a mask of his face so that he can replace it with the face of another person. Image: A. Eckert / TUM
Last year a video clip featuring Barack Obama created quite a stir. It seemed to show the ex-president calling his successor Donald Trump "a total and complete dipshit". Ultimately, the people behind the clip admitted that it was no more than a highly convincing fake. It is now possible to perform this kind of trickery even in real time. Videos can be generated to match pre-recorded audio files, or still photographs can be artificially animated - with potentially serious economic or social consequences. ...
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