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From: The Independent

AI-Generated Faces Now Look More Real Than Ever. Can You Spot the Fake Ones?

AI-generated faces of white people now seem more real than actual ones, according to a new study which raises concerns that the technology may be used to fool people.

More people thought AI-generated white faces were human than the faces of real people, while the same wasn’t true for the images of people of colour, according to research published recently in the journal Psychological Science.

“If white AI faces are consistently perceived as more realistic, this technology could have serious implications for people of colour by ultimately reinforcing racial biases online,” study co-author Amy Dawel from the Australian National University, said.

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