Convincing deepfakes are a real concern, but there are ways of fighting back
"The number of deepfake videos found online doubled from 2018 to 2019 and has continued to rise since then. A deepfake superimposes existing video footage or photographs of a face onto a source head and body using advanced neural network-powered artificial intelligence, and can make fraudulent video and audio content seem incredibly real.
The security industry continues to move away from outdated authentication methods, such as SMS-based two-factor authentication and knowledge-based authentication, which are easily susceptible to fraud. As a result, there has been an increase in more advanced biometric-based authentication methods as a secure alternative, but depending on the sophistication of those biometric systems, the rise of deepfake technology will undoubtedly become a larger concern..."
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