Norfolk: Deepfakes: In some videos, you can’t believe your eyes

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With deepfakes on the rise, Los Alamos National Laboratory is working on forensic techniques to detect fake imagery. A deepfake maps one person’s face onto another person’s body in a photo or video—almost imperceptibly. They’re generated by AI and are a growing concern for law enforcement, privacy advocates, and national security experts.

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