RECOD on the news

An article published at Correio Braziliense (in Portuguese), which is an important vehicle of communication in Brazil, highlights that 40% of doctored images are not perceived by people. This conclusion was reached by researchers at Warwick University through several experiments. Prof. Anderson Rocha was invited to comment this scenario and to talk about our efforts in developing algorithms capable of identifying these manipulations in an automatic fashion. The article discuss the importance of an automatic image manipulation tool and its impact in our modern digital society.

O que os olhos não veem (in Portuguese)

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