Can you spot the DeepFake video?

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Can you tell the difference between a deepfake video and a normal video? Find out how good you are at discerning AI manipulated content. See how you rank compared to others after your 10th guess. This page displays two videos: one deepfake and one real (unaltered) video. Your task is to select the deepfake video (the video that has been altered by artificial intelligence). The deepfake manipulation is always a visual manipulation of a face. Sometimes the DeepFake is very hard to detect. Other times, both videos look manipulated. There is always one DeepFake and one real video, and by looking through these videos side by side, you can see how well you do at discerning fake videos from real. After you guess which one is fake, we will highlight which video was which and also tell you which is which. A red border means fake (that's the correct choice) and a white border means normal (that's the incorrect choice). This is an MIT Media Lab research project focused on the differences between how human beings and machine learning models spot AI-manipulated media. The question is are humans better at spotting fakes than machines? Or, is it the other way around. Or better yet, are there some kinds of things humans excel at and others that machines excel at? If so, what is that exactly? Our goal is to communicate the technical details of DeepFakes through experience. We hope these DeepFake videos from the recent Kaggle DeepFake Detection Challenge (DFDC) give you a better sense of how algorithms can manipulate videos and what to look for when you suspect a video may be altered. Learn more about DeepFakes and these videos here. By using this website, you agree to the informed consent.