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TNG Technology Consulting: Deepfakes 2.0 - How Neural Networks Are Changing Our World

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  • UserThomas Endres, Martin Förtsch and Jonas Mayer
  • ClockThursday 15 October 2020, 13:05-13:55
  • HouseVirtual.

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Imagine looking into a mirror, but not to see your own face. Instead, you are looking in the eyes of Barack Obama or Angela Merkel. Your facial expressions are seamlessly transferred to that other person’s face in real time.

The TNG Innovation Hacking Team has managed to create a prototype that transfers faces from one person to another in real time based on Deepfakes. Neural networks detect faces within a video input, then translate them and integrate them back to the video output. Through this technique it is possible to project deceptively real imitations onto other people. For this purpose, we used Keras trained autoencoder networks and various face recognition algorithms.

In this talk, Thomas Endres, Martin Förtsch and Jonas Mayer will give an entertaining and vivid introduction into the world of real-time Deepfakes. In doing so, they particularly focus on the deep learning techniques used in within the application. Several live demonstrations will complete this event.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Tech Talks series.

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