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A report on the Cyber-security implications of deepfakes by University College London

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A report on the Cyber-security implications of deepfakes by University College London

Our Research Director, Matt Lewis has been working with University College London students on deepfakes research to understand how the technology could be used and abused by adversaries in the near future and how we can get ahead of the game by way of defensive measures, and/or provision of guidance to legislation and regulation around the use of such technology.
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