The AI deepfake apocalypse is here. These are the ideas for fighting it.

April 5, 2024

A growing group of researchers, academics and start-up founders are working on ways to track and label AI content. Using a variety of methods and forming alliances with news organizations, Big Tech companies and even camera manufacturers, they hope to keep AI images from further eroding the public’s ability to understand what’s true and what isn’t.

“A year ago, we were still seeing AI images and they were goofy,” said Rijul Gupta, founder and CEO of DeepMedia AI, a deepfake detection start-up. “Now they’re perfect.”

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March 21, 2024

The Futurist Summit: The New Age of Tech (Full Stream 3/21)

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March 2, 2024

We showed people an AI political ad. Can they tell it's fake?

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October 23, 2023

Industry Leader Nikesh Kalra Joins DeepMedia AI as Chief Business Officer

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July 12, 2023

Fox News Artificial Intelligence Newsletter: AI Air Force wingman and countering Chinese deepfakes

Deepfakes are on the rise and the technology is advancing so quickly that it has become an issue of national security. The Pentagon awarded a contract to DeepMedia, a Silicon Valley-based startup, to use its deepfake detection technology "to counter Russian and Chinese information warfare.

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July 11, 2023

Pentagon turns to AI to help detect deepfakes

The Pentagon recently awarded a contract to Silicon Valley-based startup DeepMedia to leverage its AI-informed deepfake detection technologies. The contract award’s description states that the company is to provide, "Rapid and accurate deepfake detection to counter Russian and Chinese information warfare."


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June 11, 2023

AI: Strengthening National Security by Detecting Deepfakes

DeepMedia’s deepfake detection systems harness the power of generative AI and large language models to analyze and identify synthetic or modified faces and voices across various languages, races, ages, and genders. By integrating these AI-informed algorithms into the DOD’s infrastructure, DeepMedia aims to provide comprehensive protection against deepfake threats.

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June 7, 2023

China's export curbs and Asian chipmakers' green dilemma

Deepmedia, an American startup that detects "deepfake" media content, recently secured a multimillion-dollar deal with the U.S. government and is now turning its eye to Asia, where it says governments are increasingly concerned about the spread of misinformation.

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June 5, 2023

An Indian politician says scandalous audio clips are AI deepfakes. We had them tested

“It would be extremely difficult for any current text-to-speech system to generate English-speaking audio with this southern Indian accent at this level of fidelity,” Rijul Gupta, CEO of DeepMedia

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May 3, 2023

Bill Gates: AI could 'undermine elections and democracy'

There have been three times as many deepfakes in video form and eight times as many voice deepfakes posted online this year versus 2022, Reuters reported, citing data from DeepMedia.

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