Deepfakes and the detection challenge

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The BBC TV drama series, The Capture, illustrated how deepfake footage could be used to frame someone. Image copyright BBC
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The BBC TV drama series, The Capture, illustrated how deepfake footage could be used to frame someone. Image copyright BBC

The issue of deepfakes, as depicted in the BBC TV drama The Capture, is only going to get worse, warn Kemp Little's Joanna Conway and Oriana Williams

Deepfakes are a hot topic - there's no denying it. Back in October 2019, iProov (the biometric facial authentication firm) reported that more than 70 per cent of the UK's population did not know...

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