Microsoft launched Video authenticator, a tool to detect deepfake videos.
The tool can analyze both a photo or video and returns a percentage chance that the media is fake.
The tool detects subtle fading, blending boundary or greyscale elements that are difficult to be detected by the human eye.
It is trained on the FaceForensic++ dataset. Microsoft calls it a New Steps to Combat Disinformation.
It is built by Microsoft Research and Microsoft Azure along with the Defending Democracy Program.