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Digital look-alikes, lighting capture, simulation and relighting[edit | edit source]

Digital sound-alikes[edit | edit source]

AI[edit | edit source]

Synthetic media landscape[edit | edit source]

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A side-by-side comparison of videos. To the left, a scene from the 2013 motion picture w:Man of Steel (film). To the right, the same scene modified using w:deepfake technology.

Man of Steel produced by DC Entertainment and Legendary Pictures, distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. Modification done by Reddit user "derpfakes".

This is a sample from a copyrighted video recording. The person who uploaded this work and first used it in an article, and subsequent people who use it in articles, assert that this qualifies as fair use.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Chesney, Bobby; Citron, Danielle; Farid, Hany (2020-05-11). "All's Clear for Deepfakes: Think Again". Lawfare (blog). Lawfare. Archived from the original on 2021-08-24. Retrieved 2021-08-24. Consider the fate that befell journalist and human rights activist Rana Ayyub. When a deepfake sex video appeared in April 2018 showing Ayyub engaged in a sex act in which she never engaged, the video spread like wildfire. Within 48 hours, the video appeared on more than half of the cellphones in India. Ayyub’s Facebook profile and Twitter account were overrun with death and rape threats. Posters disclosed her home addressed and claimed that she was available for anonymous sex.

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