What Did I Say?

from the did-I-really? dept

Alexis Agahi writes “The Boston Globe has this article about MIT scientists that have found the way to create realistic falsified video of people saying things they never said. Seems like a a nice tool for propaganda. And also, it could mean new business for authentification tools and fraud specialists. Anyway, this could be a new approach in video effects technology, since the software uses artificial intelligence to learn how to move a mouth according a specific talk. Maybe one day we will see a trusted PGP signed TV channel”

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