A fake video created by artificial intelligence featuring actresses Elizabeth Olsen and Scarlett Johansson is challenging netizens to see if they can identify the real actress from the fake.
left many confused because the fake image “looks very convincing”.
In addition, a short video clip, shared on Twitter, showed the two actresses talking, moving in the exact same way, and having the same haircut.
While many Twitter users were amazed at the real look of both clips, some were able to identify the fake actress, Scarlett Johansson, by incorrectly placing some shadows and what appears to be a double eyebrow and a bulging neck when speaking.
While it’s not clear how the “Deepfake” clip was created, it appears that whoever faked Johansson’s shots looked exactly like Olsen, with the same hair, makeup, and clothes.
There was widespread controversy in the comments on the tweet that showed the fake video about the realness of the Deepfake scene, which raises serious concerns about “what the future will bring.”
Machine learning and counterfeiting
Deepfake was invented in 2014 by Ian Goodfellow, who was the director of machine learning at Apple’s Special Projects group and a pioneer in the field.
The technology is a form of artificial intelligence application, which combines the terms “deep learning” and “fake”.