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interviewing Vladimir Putin (wink wink nudge nudge). #EmTechMIT pic.twitter.com/PHoFV2iTPH
— MIT Technology Review (@techreview) September 18, 2019
MIT's deepfake Vladimir Putin.
MIT showed off deepfake technology Wednesday that can be used in real time. During its EmTech conference, MIT Technology Review Editor-in-Chief Gideon Lichfield conducted an interview with deepfake "Vladimir Putin" on stage. A video tweeted by the publication shows Lichfield asking questions and then ducking into a booth to respond as a deepfake Russian president.
Deepfakes - Video - Forgeries - People - Things
Deepfakes, video forgeries that make people appear to be doing or saying things they didn't, are the moving-picture equivalent of bogus images created with programs like Photoshop. Deepfake software has made manipulated videos accessible and increasingly harder to detect as fake.
"This is the deepfake of @glichfield
interviewing Vladimir Putin (wink wink nudge nudge)," Tech Review tweeted Wednesday.
Video - Lichfield - Face - Putin - Features
The video shows Lichfield's face being transformed with Putin's facial features as he responds in Russian to questions on Russian interference in the 2020 election. It's not...
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