Deepfake

A form of synthetic media that replaces images or video with someone else's features and/or information not present in the original image or video.

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Stuff You Should Know: Will Deepfakes Ruin the World?

July 30, 2019

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Jonathan Chadwick
November 10, 2020
Mail Online
Jukebox, created by California-based company OpenAI, is a neural network that generates eerie approximates of pop songs in the style of multiple artists.
Natasha Lomas
August 17, 2020
TechCrunch
A bearded Rihanna gyrates and sings about shining bright like a diamond. A female Jack Sparrow looks like she'd be a right laugh over a pint. The cartoon contours of The Incredible Hulk lend envious tint to Donald Trump's awfully familiar cheek bumps. Selfie culture has a fancy new digital looking glass: Reface (previously Doublicat) [...]
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