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Adobe built a new AI system to detect fake Photoshopped images

ANI
Published : Jun 23, 2018, 5:30 pm IST
Updated : Jun 23, 2018, 5:30 pm IST

A new AI-based system that can identify wrongly manipulated images from the original ones.

The system looks for three types of manipulation including cloning, splicing, and removal.
 The system looks for three types of manipulation including cloning, splicing, and removal.

Adobe has built a counter to its own invention because the need of the hour is to help spot the fake from the real.

The Photoshop creator has developed a new AI-based system that can identify wrongly manipulated images from the original ones, Engadget reported.

 

With the help of AI, the system looks for three types of manipulation including cloning, splicing, and removal.

While the new system can recognise inconsistencies in seconds, it is still not perfect.

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