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Denmark – Safer Internet Day conference on manipulating images and videos

  • Awareness
  • 26/03/2020
  • Danish Safer Internet Centre

In preparation for Safer Internet Day (SID) 2020, the Danish Safer Internet Centre (SIC) held a conference on sharing and manipulating images and videos online. During the conference, young people and experts shared their thoughts on the theme. Afterwards, the SIC published information and lessons from the conference.

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Deepfakes explained

  • Awareness
  • 20/12/2019
  • Irish Safer Internet Centre

Deepfakes are computer-created artificial videos in which images are combined to create new footage that depicts events, statements or action that never actually happened. The results can be quite convincing. Deepfakes differ from other forms of false information by being very difficult to identify as false. Deepfakes are fake videos created using digital software, machine learning and face swapping.

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