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Here, we introduce a novel deepfake detection framework that meets both of these needs. Our approach learns to generate attention maps of video artifacts, semi-supervised on human annotations. ... Second, they allow us to generate an intuitive signal for the human user, in the form of "Deepfake Caricatures": transformations of the original deepfake video where attended artifacts are exacerbated ... Overall, we expand and combine this previous work by proposing a novel network that both attends to artifacts to increase machine detection, and amplifies them to increase human detection. ...arXiv:2206.00535v2 fatcat:7ph6ou2vufamfnvbricxc4c6su
This special issue engages with the normative and contested notions of ethics itself, how ethics has been integrated with technology across domains, and potential paths forward to support more just and ... it means to develop "ethical" technology in practice. ... Acknowledgment Acknowledgment Thanks to two anonymous reviewers for great feedback and pointing us to some relevant literature, and Ben Green both for fantastic continuous comments and for corralling ...arXiv:2202.01351v2 fatcat:jxsghelw3nav5dy7oiodllge2a
page=Chicago Become an AMS member to save up to $100 on registration, and register before September 30 to enjoy our early-bird discount. ... To be held online on November 11-12 and 20-21, the AMS Annual Meeting features four full days of presentations, performances, workshops and networking events. Students are welcome. ... "The source of music is in the human body." With this claim, André Schae ner sought a new narrative of musical origin. ...doi:10.17613/7kpz-g054 fatcat:wiry2sdv7rdefkaxprwebste2a