Facebook and Kaggle are facing an online backlash after the apparent winners of the Deepfake Detection Challenge (DFDC) were disqualified.
The data science and machine learning community site Kaggle hosted the DFDC challenge and leaderboard.
“As external data might be very helpful to obtain better scores on public/private leaderboards how are you going to validate solutions’ compliance with the rules?” asked DFDC winner Selim Seferbekov.
@Facebook has bullied @Kaggle into ‘semi-disqualifying’ the legitimate winners of the $1M Deep Fakes competition.” NVIDIA Data Scientist Bojan Tunguz tweeted.
@Facebook has bullied @Kaggle into “semi-disqualifying” the legitimate winners of the $1M Deep Fakes competition.

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