Deepfake refers to manipulated or synthesized media content, such as videos, images, or audio, that convincingly and deceptively appear to be real but are actually created or altered using artificial intelligence techniques, specifically deep learning algorithms. Deepfake technology utilizes neural networks to analyze and mimic the facial movements, expressions, or voice of one person and superimpose them onto another person or manipulate existing media to create a false representation.

Alisa Tsybina (DE)

Installation view of Alisa Tsybina Satin und Bedeutungsverschlei├č at the exhibition other AI at Lobe Block, Berlin 2023; Photo: Jacopo La Forgia
Installation view of Alisa Tsybina Heiligstes Herz und Kadmiumorange, Lindwurm und Ultramarinblau & Backpiece von 2003 at the exhibition other AI at Lobe Block, Berlin 2023; Photo: Jacopo La Forgia
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