ForgeryNet – Face Forgery Analysis Challenge 2021: Methods and Results [article]

Yinan He, Lu Sheng, Jing Shao, Ziwei Liu, Zhaofan Zou, Zhizhi Guo, Shan Jiang, Curitis Sun, Guosheng Zhang, Keyao Wang, Haixiao Yue, Zhibin Hong (+10 others)
2021 arXiv   pre-print
The rapid progress of photorealistic synthesis techniques has reached a critical point where the boundary between real and manipulated images starts to blur. Recently, a mega-scale deep face forgery dataset, ForgeryNet which comprised of 2.9 million images and 221,247 videos has been released. It is by far the largest publicly available in terms of data-scale, manipulations (7 image-level approaches, 8 video-level approaches), perturbations (36 independent and more mixed perturbations), and
more » ... tations (6.3 million classification labels, 2.9 million manipulated area annotations, and 221,247 temporal forgery segment labels). This paper reports methods and results in the ForgeryNet - Face Forgery Analysis Challenge 2021, which employs the ForgeryNet benchmark. The model evaluation is conducted offline on the private test set. A total of 186 participants registered for the competition, and 11 teams made valid submissions. We will analyze the top-ranked solutions and present some discussion on future work directions.
arXiv:2112.08325v1 fatcat:rtwj6i7kfrffjawxtutqtgzwuq