As deepfakes — AI powered likenesses of human faces and voices — grow increasingly prevalent, the ability to detect them becomes more imperative.
But a provocative new study claims that our brains can subconsciously detect deepfakes, even if our conscious minds are deceived.
Conducted by a team of researchers from the University of Sydney, the findings indicate that subjects' brains, which were being monitored using electroencephalography (EEG), were successfully able to detect deepfakes 54% of the time. But when an earlier group was asked to verbally identify the same deepfakes, their success rate was only 37%.
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