At DetectFakes, we will show you videos. Half are deepfakes, half are not. Share how confident you are that a video is or is not a DeepFake. Our definition of a deepfake is a video where a face has been manipulated by AI to partially distort the face or swap facial features. Look for faces that don’t make sense with respect to the entire video.
Sometimes it’s hard to tell! Some videos may be flipped upside down, have a
black rectangle covering the eyes, have a misalignment
issue, have extra faces, extra shapes, or extra letters and symbols. These extra distractions are not considered to be manipulations by AI. They are intended to challenge your ability to guess correctly. Good luck and have fun!
Detect Fakes is an MIT research project. All guesses will be collected for research purposes. All data for research is collected anonymously. For questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are under 18 years old, you need consent from your parents to use Detect Fakes. You can leave this experiment at anytime.
Please note that some distractions (e.g., extra shapes, extra faces, upside-down videos, facial misalignment, and black boxes over the eyes) may be applied to the videos. A video with only distractions should not be considered as a deep fake. A deepfake is a video where a face has been manipulated by AI to partially distort the face or swap facial features.
You must play the video before submitting.