BUFFALO UNIVERSITY COMPUTER SCIENTISTS HAVE PRODUCED AN AI TOOL TO DETECT DEEPFAKE PHOTOS BY ANALYZING THE LIGHT REFLECTIONS IN THE EYES (THOMAS MACAULAY/THE NEXT WEB)

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Computer scientists at the University at Buffalo have developed an AI tool that can detect a deepfake photo by analyzing the light reflections in the eyes  —  THE METHOD HAS PROVEN ACCURATE ON PORTRAIT-STYLE DEEPFAKES  —  Deepfakes are being used for a range of nefarious purposes …