BLUFFake images and videos are increasingly being used in online job interviews; to detect a fake, you might need to ask the interviewee to present a side-on view—which is much harder to fake than a front-face view.
Liam Tung writing in ZD Net, makes the following points:
- AI provides the image or video, and a real person does the talking.
- Video interviews are often used to hire remote workers in the tech industry.
- Successful Deepfake candidates might access corporate IT databases and private customer data.
- Face-side view only has half the landmarks available for detection compared to the front-on view.
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References from the Web:
- JUN 2020 What are deepfakes and how to spot them-Norton
- MAY 2022 Deepfakes Are Amazing. They’re Also Terrifying for Our Future –Popular Mechanics
- MAY 2022 What Is a Deepfake Video and How to Spot One-Avast