A team of neuroscientists at the University of Sydney studying deepfakes have found that people are able to identify other people much more often on a subconscious level than on a conscious level.
Experts in biometrics and computer imaging have discovered that highly realistic deepfakes can be detected by algorithms with a promising level of accuracy, while some lower quality deepfakes pass detection by automated systems.

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