Intel’s FakeCatcher tech can detect deepfakes instantly with 96% accuracy

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Deepfakes are one of the more worrying developments when it comes to AI. They are often harrowingly realistic videos of people saying and doing things they’ve never done. Generally speaking, they’re created by overlaying a face, usually one of a celebrity, over another person’s to make these misleading videos. 

They’re often intended to be funny, or at least not made with any serious intent. Some are looking to create movies with famous actors (opens in new tab) without ever having to…

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