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Episode 2.34B: The Fake That Launched 1,000 Clips (Part 2)
More research from Berkeley and also the University of Southern California creates a method to “protect” world leaders against deep fakes, by identifying, among other things, 17 Facial Action Units (such as subtle movements of eyebrows, cheeks, nose, etc, during speech). And research from MIT can take an audio clip and convert it to a generic human face. A report from RAND looks at Ethics in Scientific Research. Deakin University and Harvard provide a survey of deep reinforcement learning in cyber security. Another survey from Dublin University and Intel Labs looks at Generative Adversarial Networks and their taxonomy. Vishal Maini and Samer Sabri provide Machine Learning for Humans. Andy recommends Ludwig von Bertalanffy’s General System Theory from 1968. Matt Turek takes a look at the history of media forensics. The House Homeland Security Subcommittee on Intelligence and Counterterrorism holds a hearing on AI and Counterterrorism. And the Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition 2019 conference begins to post its tutorials, workshops, and its 80-page program guide.