Recently, Katrina Kaif’s morphed (edited) image went viral. A few days ago, deepfake video of Rashmika Mandanna went viral.
The image shown above is original and the image is captured from the viral fighting sequence from ‘Tiger 3’, the upcoming movie of Katrina Kaif. The picture showed her clad in a towel and fighting a Hollywood stuntwoman.
The image shown above is fake. The original image was altered using AI (Artifical intelligence) tools. Using these tools, one can easily morph and replace individuals’ faces in videos and pictures.
Videos with manipulated images have proliferated online worldwide, damaging reputations. Some 96 per cent of deep fake videos online are non-consensual pornography, and most of them depict women, nws agency AFP reported while citing a 2019 study by the Dutch AI company Sensity.
Recently, deepfake video of Rashmika Mandanna went viral. Her face was used in the video of another girl.
Following the incident, the Centre asked all social media platforms, including X, Instagram and Facebook to remove morphed images within 24 hours of receiving a complaint under the IT rules, an official source said on Tuesday.