Deepfake

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Deepfake videos or audios are computer-generated ones that have been modified by using artificial intelligence or “deep learning” (a part of machine learning methods) techniques and designed to look real. To create a fake, one applies neural set simulation to massive data sets. Recently, deepfake content has been massively used in fake news, hoaxes, financial fraud, and celebrity porn videos.
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Facebook Will Pay Reuters to Fact-Check Deepfakes

Thomson Reuters and Facebook will finance the new direction — the Fact-Checking Network. The new department will electively analyze publications based on the general principles of modern journalism.
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Twitter Will Start Removing and Labeling Synthetic and Manipulated Media That Pose Safety Risks

The new policy comes after Twitter announced a plan to ask its users about how they think the platform should address misleading media.
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Alphabet-Owned Jigsaw Introduced a New Tool Aimed at Detecting Manipulated Pictures

The new tool is intended to help journalists and fact-checking organizations in detecting manipulated and doctored pictures. It may well come in handy during the pre-election period.
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Reddit Policy Update: No Impersonation Is Now Allowed

Although impersonation reports only make up 2.3% of all reports, the platform is already taking action to try and prevent such content from spreading.
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Facebook Will Ban Deepfake Content to Fight Misinformation

The policy doesn’t cover satire or parody content, along with videos that were edited to omit certain words or change their order.
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Facebook and Microsoft Announced the Fake Video Hunting

Challenge against Deepfake production. Companies united to find a way to detect and fight false content.