Deepfake technology can seamlessly stitch anyone in the world into a video or photo they never actually participated in. Deepfake technology uses AI, Deep Learning, and a Generative Adversarial Network or GAN to build videos or images that seem real but are actually fake. Here are some of the deepfake apps and websites to experiment with for fun and to further understand the technology.
Deepfake is Very Dangerous
Deepfake is really dangerous for society. Since most online users believe stuff without verifying them, deepfake poses a huge threat to the truth. That being said, the technology is not there to convincingly fool anyone right now. It will be there in a few years and both governments and tech giants will have to work together to tackle this problem.
DeepFaceLab is currently the world’s leading software for creating deepfakes, with over 95% of deepfake videos created with DeepFaceLab. DeepFaceLab is an open-source deepfake system that enables users to swap the faces on images and on video.
ZAO is a free deepfake face-swapping app that lets you replace the face of popular characters in a video clip of a scene with your own face.