To address the problem, Facebook wants to use AI to help fight back against AI-generated fakes.
To train AIs to spot manipulated videos, it is releasing the largest ever data set of deepfakes⁠—more than 100,000 clips produced using 3,426 actors and a range of existing face-swapping techniques.
Facebook suggests that deepfake detection may also be improved by using techniques that go beyond the analysis of an image or video itself, such as assessing its context or provenance.
Sam Gregory, who directs Witness, a project that supports human rights activists in their use of video technologies, welcomes the investment of social-media platforms in deepfake detection.
Witness is a member of Partnership on AI, which advised Facebook on its data set.

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