Login to comment
#BREAK Facebook is throwing $10 million at a project to spot deepfakes. As part of it they’ve hired actors and created some deepfakes of their own. https://t.co/CcNXs9HBC7 pic.twitter.com/2rc6Eag81z— Donie O'Sullivan (@donie) September 5, 2019
Facebook hopes people in the artificial-intelligence community will use its data set, which will also include source videos and imagery of actors, to come up with new ways to spot technologically manipulated videos online — and stop them from spreading https://t.co/etxGPewuej— CNN Business (@CNNBusiness) September 5, 2019
Facebook is partnering with industry leaders and academic researchers to create the DeepFake Detection Challenge, a collaborative effort to build new tools to detect videos that have been manipulated with AI. https://t.co/IlwSVmhQxb pic.twitter.com/XNpR95MniF— Facebook AI (@facebookai) September 5, 2019
Facebook AI launches the DeepFake Detection Challenge in collaboration with several academic labs. https://t.co/tmGrHXedU7— Yann LeCun (@ylecun) September 5, 2019
Facebook is addressing AI's bias problems and deepfakes with a new program and roster of "outside experts" that includes *checks notes* ZERO WOMEN.— Amy Webb (@amywebb) September 5, 2019
This is a good indication that FB isn't taking the problems w/ AI seriously. #TheBigNine #AITribeshttps://t.co/gW6cmm2P3P
Creating a data set and a challenge for deepfakes https://t.co/OMi4viIQER— Katie Harbath (@katieharbath) September 5, 2019
facebook just announced its "deepfakes detection challenge" — and cited seven men as outside consult https://t.co/xBjYZfcJys— Samantha Cole (@samleecole) September 5, 2019
Excited to manage the engineering team behind this exciting project at Facebook AI! Keep tuned for updates.#deepfakes #misinformation #facebook https://t.co/8TXKdkJVhP— Cristian Canton (@cristiancanton) September 5, 2019
It's getting pretty good. Yikes.#AI #ArtificialIntelligence #MachineLearning https://t.co/f6MUIcGev3— Quantum Stat (@Quantum_Stat) September 5, 2019
Facebook is going to hire professional actors and make a giant collection of deepfakes videos. The fakepile will be released to researchers to help test ideas for how to detect real deepfakes. https://t.co/10LmrcQZps via @klintron— Tom Simonite (@tsimonite) September 5, 2019
Fascinated by the fact that even if deep fakes aren't made with generative-adversarial networks, the ecosystems around them kinda look like them?— Kyle Russell ? (@kylebrussell) September 5, 2019
One side getting ever better at making them, the other side trying to get better at detecting them https://t.co/beEHLXOyNg
Microsoft and Facebook are sponsoring a contest to encourage development of better tools to detect deepfakes https://t.co/MNJhP7xmye via @klintron— Scott Thurm (@ScottThurm) September 5, 2019
Login to comment
딥페이크— Goodhyun 김국현 (@goodhyun) September 6, 2019
라고 하지만 꼼꼼히 보면 다 보입니다.
하지만 믿고 싶은 마음은 눈을 흐리게 하지요.
속는게 기분이 좋다면 기꺼이 속는 것이 인간.
내 눈이 보는 걸 나도 믿을 수 없기에, 기계의 판단에 진실을 의존해야 하는 '대뽀샵시대'가 열리고 있습니다.https://t.co/34eFpiAC0m
페이스북, 딥 페이크 탐지 툴 개발을 위한 1,000 만 달러 콘테스트 개최 https://t.co/6VAPWIMUqO— editoy (@editoy) September 6, 2019
• Schroepfer는 업계에 딥 페이크를 식별하기위한 "훌륭한 데이터 세트 또는 벤치 마크"가 없기 때문에 도전을 시작하고 있다고 밝혔습니다.
Manipulated #videos are a growing concern:#Facebook #Microsoft and other partners create challenge to detect #deepfakeshttps://t.co/9nldPRfwKb via @CNET #Technology #AI #tech #video #ArtificialIntelligence pic.twitter.com/p4owhN17lk— ??????? ????????? ?????? (@Digitalmstream) September 5, 2019
Appears (((they))) are going to continue onslaughts in order to tell us how to discern deep fakes ~ sure wouldn't want to depend on these results. U? https://t.co/J2piAP3oQ9— #thangel, the LARP (@thangel77) September 5, 2019
A great initiative! I hope the final product will work. https://t.co/mLcvCts7N1— Phumzile Van Damme (@zilevandamme) September 6, 2019
Announcing the Deepfake Detection Challenge. https://t.co/FISXx6b1oM— Pierre-Louis Xech (@plxech) September 6, 2019
Glad to partner with the industry to do more to detect DeepFakes https://t.co/aCb1RqKq2y— Mike Schroepfer (@schrep) September 5, 2019
Facebook, Microsoft, the Partnership on AI, and seven universities launch the "Deepfake Detection Challenge" to encourage better ways of detecting deepfakes (Klint Finley/Wired) https://t.co/3Ix7n70gim— Chris Heilmann (@codepo8) September 5, 2019
Can't figure something out on your own? Take a page from the book of companies like Facebook and Microsoft and hold a contest to solve your problem. They're seeking better detect AI-generated videos and are looking to the crowd to help them do it. https://t.co/rj4E6mHscP— Human Agency (@humanagencyorg) September 5, 2019
Well, maybe you can get some funding from Facebook or Microsoft? https://t.co/kNMrnjw1WB— Chris Messina ⤳ #techfestival (@chrismessina) September 5, 2019
More: https://t.co/AgdgpB6tVX— Mike Schroepfer (@schrep) September 5, 2019
Login to comment