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Introduced the world’s first real-time deepfake detector with 96% accuracy

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Intel introduced the world’s first real-time deepfake detector. The developers claim that FakeCatcher is 96% accurate and works by analyzing blood flow using innovative photoplethysmography (PPG).

Ilke Demir, Senior Scientist at Intel Labs, developed the FakeCatcher detector in collaboration with Umur Çiftçi of the State University of New York at Binghamton. The detector uses Intel hardware and software, runs on a server, and communicates through a web platform.

FakeCatcher differs from most deep learning based detectors in that it looks for genuine clues in real videos rather than looking at raw data to detect signs of inauthenticity. His method is based on PPG, a method used to measure the amount of light that is either absorbed or reflected by blood vessels in living tissue. As our hearts pump blood, the veins change color and these signals are picked up by technology to determine if a video is fake or not.

Introduced the world's first real-time deepfake detector with 96% accuracy

FakeCatcher is unique because PPG signals “have not previously been applied to the deepfake problem.” The detector collects these signals from 32 points on the face, algorithms convert them into spatio-temporal maps before deciding whether the video is real or fake.

Ilke Demir

Deepfakes are a growing threat around the world. According to Gartner, companies will spend about $188 billion on cybersecurity solutions to counter deepfakes. Currently, discovery applications typically require uploading videos for analysis, and results can take several hours to arrive.

Intel says the FakeCatcher detector can be used by social media platforms and news outlets to avoid publishing deepfakes.

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7 seats, 254 hp, all-wheel drive. The big flagship crossover Chery Tiggo 9 was officially shown for the first time

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7 seats 254 hp all wheel drive The big flagship crossover

Soon Chery will have a new flagship – Tiggo 9. The characteristics of the crossover are already known, and now it has been shown on official images.

7 seats, 254 hp, all-wheel drive.  The big flagship crossover Chery Tiggo 9 was officially shown for the first time

In profile, the Tiggo 9 with headlights and lanterns that extend into the sidewalls is very reminiscent of the Range Rover Velar, but the front and, especially, the back are decorated more modestly. Illuminated logo on the front. Door handles, according to the latest fashion, are recessed into the body.

7 seats, 254 hp, all-wheel drive.  The big flagship crossover Chery Tiggo 9 was officially shown for the first time

Tiggo 9 will be built on the T2X platform, the M3x version of the Exeed sub-brand cars. The flagship status is reinforced by the dimensions: 4780 x 1920 x 1700 mm with a wheelbase of 2800 mm. Tiggo 9 will be the manufacturer’s largest crossover.

7 seats, 254 hp, all-wheel drive.  The big flagship crossover Chery Tiggo 9 was officially shown for the first time

A big car has a powerful engine. Tiggo 9 will receive a 2.0-liter turbocharged gasoline engine with a capacity of 254 hp. In the database – front-wheel drive, for a fee – full. Transmission – exclusively 7-speed robotic. Perhaps in the future, Chery will offer its own 8-speed “automatic” for the crossover.

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13 years later. Critics share their first impressions of the long-awaited Avatar 2: The Way of the Water

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20th Century Pictures has officially announced that Avatar: The Way of Water will open on December 16, but some people have already seen the movie.

13 years later.  Critics share their first impressions of the long-awaited Avatar 2: The Way of the Water

First Avatar 2009

The fact is that the world premiere of the film “Avatar 2: The Way of Water” took place on December 6 in London at a private screening, which some lucky film critics managed to visit.

According to Mydrivers, rave reviews have already surfaced on Twitter for the film’s grandiose visuals and “subtle emotional expression.” However, not all critics were completely satisfied with what they saw.

For example, Hollywood reporter Scott Muntz stated that the plot of the second part was weaker than that of the original film. Another critic, Matt Neglia, added that the film was too long and the characters’ dialogue was boring.

13 years later.  Critics share their first impressions of the long-awaited Avatar 2: The Way of the Water

“Avatar 2: The Way of the Water”

Avatar 2 is reportedly the first of four planned sequels, with the other three set to release within 10 years if the second film is successful.

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So is it a comet or an alien ship? Interstellar wanderer “Oumuamua” leaves the solar system

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So is it a comet or an alien ship Interstellar

The asteroid ‘Oumuamua, which was the first confirmed interstellar object to visit the solar system, is now leaving it.

So is it a comet or an alien ship?  Interstellar wanderer

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At the moment, the object has crossed the orbit of Pluto and is moving away from the Earth at a speed of about 87 km / s. The object stayed within the solar system for about five years, having managed to make a lot of noise among both scientists and ordinary people who are at least somewhat interested in space.

Not only was ‘Oumuamua the first confirmed interstellar hulk, but certain features of it immediately turned out to be strange. Firstly, it has a very elongated cigar shape with a length of about 200 meters and a thickness of about 40 meters (there are different estimates of the size of the object), and secondly, and much more importantly, the nature of the movement of the object was very unusual, which led some scientists to assume that it is artificial.

The fact is that when approaching the Sun, the acceleration of the object’s movement was higher than it should have been. That is, “Oumuamua” accelerated faster than it was due to the gravitational influence of the Sun. As a result, this feature, supplemented by a strange shape, contributed to the fact that “Oumuamua” began to be called an alien ship.

So is it a comet or an alien ship?  Interstellar wanderer

True, there is a much simpler version, which consists in the fact that in fact “Oumuamua” is a comet-like body, and that very extra non-gravitational acceleration is due precisely to gas emissions due to heating. But at the same time, no gas tail was visually observed, although scientists said that a situation was possible when gas emissions were insignificant, which is why the tail did not form. In addition, this theory had other disadvantages. In any case, the scientists failed to confirm this theory, and now it will not work either.

After the discovery, some scientists also suggested launching a spacecraft to ‘Oumuamua to study the object, but such missions are usually planned for years, so nothing of the kind was implemented.

As a result, the asteroid will remain quite mysterious and strange, which, against the background of its status as the first confirmed interstellar object, and at the same time similarities with the alien ship Rama described in Arthur C. Clarke’s novel, has already made “Oumuamua” to a certain extent a cult object.

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