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Comment: Go ahead, fake my face. (Score 1) 237

by JeremyWH (#43808229) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: How To Determine If a Video Has Been Faked?
Well this is how I see it. 1) Single frames easy to fake. No brainer. 2) Movies harder to fake, but still take a bit of time and you can probably make something look believable. 3) But require someone to create a fake video in less than 3 seconds, when they only find out what the video needs to show at the start of the recording. Thats sounds pretty damn hard to me! This is what claim to do - so does anyone think they could get around this?

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