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Forensic Magazine – Virtual Case Notes: Could ‘Deepfakes’ Become Psy-ops Tool for Foreign Adversaries?

These videos created by Carnegie Mellon University show one person’s face realistically superimposed on a video of a different person—this type of video is popularly referred to as a “deepfake.” Deepfakes are created using artificial intelligence, and can be used for special effects in films and other media—but can also be used for deceptive purposes. (Video Credit: Carnegie Mellon University)

CEO David Kennedy talks with Forensic Magazine about the issues this causes when trying to determine creditability.

February 08, 2019