Adobe’s prototype AI tool automatically spots Photoshopped faces

The Verge | Jun 14, 2019 at 1:00 PM
  • The world is becoming increasingly anxious about the spread of fake videos and pictures, and Adobe — a name synonymous with edited imagery — says it shares those concerns.
  • Today, it’s sharing new research in collaboration with scientists from UC Berkeley that uses machine learning to automatically detect when images of faces have been manipulated.
  • The research is specifically designed to spot edits made with Photoshop’s Liquify tool.