Protecting President Zelenskyy against deep fakes
'Protecting President Zelenskyy against Deep Fakes' at arxiv.org by Matyáš Boháček of Johannes Kepler Gymnasium and w:Hany Farid, the dean and head of of w:Berkeley School of Information at the University of California, Berkeley. This brief paper describes their automated digital look-alike detection system and evaluate its efficacy and reliability in comparison to humans with untrained eyes. Their work provides automated evaluation tools to catch so called "deep fakes" and their motivation seems to have been to find automation armor against disinformation warfare against humans and the humanity. Automated digital media forensics is a very good idea explored by many. Boháček and Farid 2022 detection system works by evaluating both facial mannerisms as well as gestural mannerisms to detect the non-human ones from the ones that are human in origin.
Protecting President Zelenskyy against deep fakes a 2022 .pdf at arxiv.org submitted for publication on Friday 2022-06-24 by Hany Farid.
See also[edit | edit source]
- Further work by Boháček and Farid 'Protecting world leaders against deep fakes using facial, gestural, and vocal mannerisms' 2022
- Against digital sound-alikes and any fake human-like voices 'Who Are You (I Really Wanna Know)? Detecting Audio DeepFakes Through Vocal Tract Reconstruction' 2022
References[edit | edit source]
- ↑ Boháček, Matyáš; Farid, Hany (2022-06-14). "Protecting President Zelenskyy against Deep Fakes". arXiv:2206.12043 [cs.CV].