Artificial Intelligence in Digital Media: The Era of Deepfakes

  title={Artificial Intelligence in Digital Media: The Era of Deepfakes},
  author={Stamatis Karnouskos},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Technology and Society},
  • S. Karnouskos
  • Published 24 June 2020
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Transactions on Technology and Society
The recent practical advances realized by artificial intelligence, have also given rise to the phenomenon of deepfakes, which can be considered as a form of fake news. Deepfakes is the phenomenon of creation of realistic digital products, and a plethora of videos has emerged over the last two years in social media. Especially, the low technical expertise and equipment required to create deepfakes, means that such content can be easily produced by anyone and distributed online. The societal… 

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