Facebook, Microsoft, New York Times, MIT and Oxford University rolled up their sleeves to detect videos used Deepfake.
Deepfake is capable of copying a person’s face as it is and enables the copied face to be used in other photos or videos. The ‘Deepfake Detection Challenge’ operation supported by Amazon and Facebook will detect the videos using Deepfake. The cost of the operation, which will be carried out with artificial intelligence experts, is 1 million dollars.
THERE ARE MORE THAN 100 THOUSAND SAMPLES
Two big companies will cooperate and get help from two professors. This historic move, where cloud technology will play an important role, will be long-term. Facebook will show video samples to its research assistants for analysis.
The operation will begin with a review of 5000 video samples. The social media platform, which says it has more than 100,000 examples, will provide information on the subject at a conference scheduled for December.