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The term deepfake is used to describe audio, video, or an image that has been edited or created using artificial intelligence (AI) to simulate a real person. Deepfakes can be used in negative ways such as to commit fraud or trick people, or positive ways such as education or entertainment.
Video project from the MIT Center for Advanced Virtual Reality that shows the "What If" scenario of the Apollo 11 crew not being able to return from the moon. This project uses manipulated audio and video to show President Richard Nixon delivering the real contingency speech that was written for such a disaster.
The Reality Defender platform is a tool from the AI Foundation that utilizes independent AI-based and human-vetted analysis. Through applying a series of synthetic media detection algorithms, it locates inconsistencies that might indicate manipulated content.
When we think of deepfakes, we tend to imagine AI-generated people. What we don’t imagine is deepfake geography: AI-generated images of cityscapes and countryside. But that’s exactly what some researchers are worried about.