DeepMedia: The Company Working with the U.S. Department of Defense to Unmask Deepfake Technology
Deepfake technology has become a growing concern when it comes to national security. Artificial intelligence is used to generate videos that impersonate politicians, celebrities, and notable figures, and it can be a genuine threat. To combat this, Yale University graduates Rijul Gupta and Emma Brown co-founded DeepMedia, a company dedicated to unmasking deepfakes. Their primary offering is DeepIdentify.AI, a deepfake detection service. DeepIdentity.AI looks for inconsistencies or inaccuracies that indicate a photo or video is a deepfake. DeepMedia also works with governments and financial institutions to prevent bad actors from creating deepfakes that are more advanced than their AI can detect. The company is working to help keep people safe and informed, and prevent deepfakes from being used to sway elections or cause other harmful or disruptive reactions. #DeepMedia #Deepfakes #DeepIdentify #AI

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