Corpus ID: 684938

Image Manipulation Detection using Convolutional Neural Network

  title={Image Manipulation Detection using Convolutional Neural Network},
  author={D. Kim and Hae-Yeoun Lee},
Using various methods, an image manipulation can be done not only by the image manipulation itself, but also by the criminals of counterfeiters for the purpose of counterfeiting. Digital forensic techniques are needed to detect the tampering and manipulation of images for such illegal purposes. In this paper, we present an image manipulation detection algorithm using deep learning technology, which has achieved remarkable results in recent researches. First, a convolutional neural network that… Expand

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