Rappler's latest stories on deepfakes
Facebook's ban on deepfake photos and videos comes ahead of a US House Energy and Commerce meeting on manipulated media set for January 8
Twitter wants your feedback on how it should treat synthetic or manipulated media – photos, audios, and videos 'significantly altered or fabricated in a way that intends to mislead people or changes its original meaning'
Security firm Deeptrace identifies 96% of deepfakes as 'nonconsensual pornography,' which use the images of female celebrities or others in videos manipulated using artificial intelligence
Are targeted ads and algorithms getting too close for comfort? One writer's run-in with Miss Universe just might convince you.
The initiative announced Thursday, September 5, includes $10 million from Facebook and aims to curb what is seen as a major threat to the integrity of online information
Released on Friday, the Zao app goes viral as Chinese users pounce on the chance to see themselves act out scenes from well-known movies using 'deepfake' technology
'The science of detecting deepfakes is, effectively, an arms race – fakers will get better at making their fictions, and so our research always has to try to keep up, and even get a bit ahead,' says a US professor
As the technology advances, worries are growing about how deepfakes can be used for nefarious purposes by hackers or state actors
There's a new class of fake content on the horizont: deepfake videos or videos that can make a certain person appear they are saying or doing something they really aren't