‘It’s meant to work quickly out of fear that a viral deepfake will need almost immediate identification and response.’
‘Soft biometrics’ may help distinguish real video from imitations, says a research team at University of California, Berkeley. They’ve studied hundreds of hours of speaking by US politicians and identified verbal and physical cues that are unique to each person.
They think these can act like physical signatures and help spot deepfakes during the upcoming US elections.
How do you spot a deepfake? A clue hides within our voices, researchers say.
NBC NEWS | December 14, 2019 | by David Ingram and Jacob Ward