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New deepfake app pastes your face onto GIFs in seconds

13/01/2020

Last year, we saw some horrific apps that use deepfake tech with malicious intent. Following that, Facebook banned ‘misleading’ deepfakes from its platform — except parody. However, the tech can be used freely in fun applications such as Doublicat, which lets you superimpose your face onto any GIF. The app —...
Last year, we saw some horrific apps that use deepfake tech with malicious intent. Following that, Facebook banned ‘misleading’ deepfakes from its platform — except parody. However, the tech can be used freely in fun applications such as Doublicat, which lets you superimpose your face onto any GIF. The app — available on Android and iOS — quite simple to use:  click a selfie, and select a GIF to replace the original face with your face. You can take selfies with different looks and accessories to experiment. The app uses RefaceAI — a Generative Adversarial Network (GAN) — to swap out your… This story continues at The Next Web Last year, we saw some horrific apps that use deepfake tech with malicious intent. Following that, Facebook banned ‘misleading’ deepfakes from its platform — except parody. However, the tech can be used freely in fun applications such as Doublicat, which lets you superimpose your face onto any GIF. The app — available on Android and iOS — quite simple to use:  click a selfie, and select a GIF to replace the original face with your face. You can take selfies with different looks and accessories to experiment. The app uses RefaceAI — a Generative Adversarial Network (GAN) — to swap out your… This story continues at The Next Web
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