With the rise in AI-generated imagery lately, creating fake images, even very realistic looking human faces is become more widespread and readily available than ever – especially thanks to services like This Person Does Not Exist – which uses NVIDIA tech that we’ve featured here before. To our eyes, it’s often almost impossible to tell what’s real and what’s not anymore.
But a new Chrome extension from V7 Labs wants to take the guesswork out of figuring out which faces on the web are fake and which are legit, and it does it with a claimed 99.28% accuracy. It’s designed to help rid us of misleading content and fake profiles for people who simply do not exist in the real world, as V7 Labs founder Alberto Rizzoli explains in a video published to Loom.
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