Mark Zuckerberg ‘deepfake’ will remain online


-One man with total control
of billions of people’s stolen data — all their secrets,
their lives, their futures. -In case you couldn’t tell,
this is not Mark Zuckerberg. The video is what’s known
as a deepfake, a term used to describe
synthesized media created by
artificial intelligence. -To address their concerns,
their hopes, and their dreams. -This deepfake was shared on
Instagram by user Bill Posters as part of an exhibition
called Spectre, which uses manipulated videos
of high-profile figures like President Trump
and Kim Kardashian. -So many haters.
I really don’t care. -Just last month, Facebook was
widely criticized for its decision
not to take down a video of House
Speaker Nancy Pelosi, which was altered
to make her appear drunk. Instead, Facebook said it would
heavily reduce the video’s circulation
on news feeds and add an informational box
with links to fact-checking sites. Facebook, which owns Instagram, said it will follow
the same policy with the altered video
of Zuckerberg. CBS has asked Facebook
to remove the deepfake because CBS news graphics
appear on the video. This is the latest example of how tech companies
are struggling to deal with the proliferation
of manipulated video content, which some experts worry
could have a negative impact on the looming
presidential election.

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49 thoughts on “Mark Zuckerberg ‘deepfake’ will remain online

  1. Well 1080p to 4k you can tell how bad a deep fake looks not even the starwars deep fake ( facial animation) that cost millions look good enogh yet hopefully by when it does we'll have ai to spot the fake ones for us

  2. Washington Post would prefer the internet be policed by our benevolent overlords rather than let the internet remain free.

  3. Tech companies are run like facist regimes. None of you have ever read a tech terms of agreement and it shows.

  4. Chuck Schumer’s niece has a cushy job at Facebook you think the government is going to go after the employer of their relatives?

  5. Deep fakes are easy to spot. Facial muscle movements of the faker are conveyed through the deception, facial expressions are the key. Easily detected. It seems the WP is doing preemptive damage control, the question is, FOR WHAT? Your guess…

  6. Woooooooooah, WaPo. You don't see a serious difference between slowing down a REAL video and actually replacing someone's words in a video? Hint: the second is much, much worse.

  7. Its not just gonna appear on Facebook. You now HAVE to question every piece of information you view and check it against other sources. We are near the point where real and fake are almost indistinguishable. If an A.I were to be designed to create a fake post and then create links to and from it to make it look credible or legitimate, we would be royally screwed

  8. Ok that is it, off of Fakebook, really, now you want my money?? what kind of fools do you think we are ?????

  9. WTF MOST IN WASHINGTON DC ARE DEEPFAKERS …CLAIMING TO HELP THE AMERICAN PEOPLE… HSTHEAD GREENBERG KNOWS NOTHING ABOUT CODE BUT KNOWS ALOT ABOUT TOTALITARIAN CONTROL I CALL HIS PROGRAM FUXBOOK AS IT FCUK THE PEOPLE RIGHTS

  10. This is a sad and pivotal moment in history. We've already had to deal with altered photographs. Now video isn't reliable as well. Even memory can be manipulated. Truth exists, but it's increasingly hard to prove.

  11. What a sad commentary that Facebook will not take action – it has removed many things that are far less controversial. Facebook needs a different policy to show it can be trusted. the sad thing is that FB not taking down fake videos could change the results of the 2020 election. Who is paying FB to keep that stuff up? What does FB get in return? Always follow the money.

  12. As creepy as this technology will undoubtedly become, it's still a ways off from being indistinguishable from a real video. It was quite obviously fake. Especially the Trump ones.. he doesn't look even remotely human in any of those deepfake examples

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  14. That is why CEO Myspace left. Probably the best decision he made as he knew what would become of the future.

  15. As a software developer of some 25+ years of software development experience I am really concerned that ethics is not taught to software developers.
    This deepfake development is clearly a serious ethical breech on the part of software developers.
    While it may, on the surface, look like fun – this sort of development is going to have a seriously negative effect on evidence in court cases.
    It won't be too long before a case comes to trial where the defendant is obviously guilty based on video evidence but the judge will not allow video evidence in court due to the possibility of it being a deepfake video.
    Deepfake is a really concerning development – those of us old enough will remember the original Star Trek "Court Martial" episode.

  16. I've been screaming about lsu maltreatment of citizens. 911 exploitation by caddo clerk and password sharing by criminals in government and law enforcement. i got locked out of facebook and i don't like it… i wish he could just read or study crimes against children and district settings that allow them… wtf mark?/?

  17. lol their spin on it is "negative impact on election", you can't have a negative impact on something that is already complete garbage.

    There are more far reaching issues deepfakes will have then the silly little election of the laughing stock country of the world.

  18. What if Mark Zuckerberg is the Antichrist? I mean it is prophesized that the Antichrist will bring everyone together and will be hailed as a savior. Facebook is bringing everyone together and he's not really being hailed as a savior, but he's practically doing everything the prophecy foretold. I mean what if Facebook is Babylon, the city the Antichrist is supposed to reign over in the Bible?

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  21. The software will never be able to get the lighting right because it doesn't have 3d lighting data. Changing the lighting properly on the target face to the source face is too difficult. You'll always be able to spot a deep fake. Now if you re-create the person in 3d with the proper lighting, then yes, that kind of deep fake would be hard to figure out. In about another hundred years rendering tech will be so good, you can render a real person with no problems.

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