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Adobe’s new AI tool can spot when a face has been Photoshopped

by Charlotte Jee

It was nearly twice as good at identifying manipulated images as humans.

The research: Researchers from Adobe and UC Berkeley have created a tool that uses machine learning to identify when photos of people’s faces have been altered. The deep-learning tool was trained on thousands of images scraped from the internet. In a series of experiments, it was able to correctly identify edited faces 99% of the time, compared with a 53% success rate for humans.

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