Fighting Deepfake by Exposing the Convolutional Traces on Images

@article{Guarnera2020FightingDB,
  title={Fighting Deepfake by Exposing the Convolutional Traces on Images},
  author={Luca Guarnera and O. Giudice and S. Battiato},
  journal={IEEE Access},
  year={2020},
  volume={8},
  pages={165085-165098}
}
Advances in Artificial Intelligence and Image Processing are changing the way people interacts with digital images and video. Widespread mobile apps like FACEAPP make use of the most advanced Generative Adversarial Networks (GAN) to produce extreme transformations on human face photos such gender swap, aging, etc. The results are utterly realistic and extremely easy to be exploited even for non-experienced users. This kind of media object took the name of Deepfake and raised a new challenge in… Expand
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