You may not know that a face is fake…but your brain does

Turns out while 1

You may not know that a face is fake…but your brain does

This caught my eye after research showing differences in brain activity between on Zoom or live.

Turns out while you may not be able to tell the difference between a “real” or “fake” face…

Your brain can.

Advances in AI image makers make it hard to distinguish between real and synthetic faces.

On top of it, people often see synthetic faces, generated by algorithms, as more trustworthy and average than real faces.

Probably because of the averageness.

However, EEG studies show a different story.

Our brains unconsciously recognize the difference between real and synthetic faces, even when we consciously can’t.

This indicates a gap between our conscious perception and the brain’s deeper recognition abilities.

Understanding this unconscious detection is important as synthetic face technology becomes more prevalent.

It also offers insight into our untapped perceptual abilities.

Also, miraculous humans, your biology has the ability to detect fake faces.

What if one solution to deep fakes is just to amplify your current abilities?




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