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State Farm got the Internet’s attention this year with a deepfake advertisement of ESPN SportsCenter anchor Kenny Mayne. To many, this was an introduction to a new and accessible technology that creates convincingly realistic fake videos. Nearly anyone with Internet access can create a realistic video clip of events that never happened. Deepfakes are videos that use artificial intelligence to “face-swap” one person’s face (often a celebrity or politician) onto another person’s body. Deepfakes are created by a pair of neural networks called Generative Adversarial Networks. One of the networks uses a set of real images to create new,… Continue Reading Deepfakes Can Mean Deep Water and Deep Pockets for Your Business