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Artificial intelligence a new frontier in war: ‘harder to prove what is real’

“It is still quite difficult to make the visuals in sync with the audio, which might not be detectable with the human eye but can be detected using automated techniques,” he said, adding, “small details like the hands, fingers or hair don’t always appear realistic.”

“If the image looks leery then it might be fake,” said Hoshen. “There is still a lot that AI gets wrong.”

Ruth Marks Eglash is a veteran journalist based in Jerusalem, Israel. She reports and covers the Middle East and Europe. Originally from the U.K, she has also freelanced for numerous news outlets. Ruth can be followed on Twitter @reglash

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