OOK TWITTER KONDIGT ‘NIEUW BELEID’ AAN OM ‘DEEPFAKE VIDEO’S’ DIE DE PEDO-ELITE KUNNEN EXPOSEN TE WEREN: SOMETHING BIG IS COMING! * MICHA BERICHTTE ALS ENIGE AL MAANDEN LANG OVER DEZE ONTWIKKELING
DIT IS EEN OPMAAT NAAR DE RELEASE VAN DE SADO-PEDO-MARTEL-FOTO’S EN VIDEO’S VAN DE ‘ELITE’ * ALS DEZE OPENBAAR WORDEN, ZAL DE NWO EN DE DEEP STATE CLAIMEN DAT ZE ‘FAKE’ ZIJN OP BASIS VAN ONDERMEER DE NIEUWE TOOL VAN GOOGLE ‘ASSEMBLER’ * ZO JAMMER DAT KAJSA DIT NIET MEER MAG MEEMAKEN!
Google parent company Alphabet has created a free tool called Assembler to help determine if a photo is real or doctored, an effort designed to help journalists and fact-checkers fight deepfakes and other attempts to manipulate the truth. The tool combines a collection of tests to spot evidence of effects like pasting part of one photo into another, editing brightness or deleting regions from the background. The project is from Alphabet’s Jigsaw, a team of engineers, designers, researchers, policy experts and others Alphabet has gathered to fight digital aspects of problems like disinformation, harassment, censorship, violent extremism and election manipulation. Online manipulations, including photos and videos called deepfakes created with deep-learning artificial intelligence technology, are a growing concern as new tools make such fabrications easier. It’s a particularly sensitive issue in the US in today’s politically charged environment, with foreign interference in elections a real problem and social media a powerful if mistrusted information source. Disinformation attacks are an issue around the world, though.