Shared July 18, 2019
A first-hand exploration of the world of #deepfake and post-truth technologies, looking at the latest developments in art and ML-modelling. Including details of a #deepfake project for a forthcoming BBC programme and revealing some tips and tricks (and pitfalls) involved in bending reality with some Tensorflow and a GPU.
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