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Deepfake software translates videos from one language to another

Technology 24 January 2020 By Donna Lu India has 22 official languagesHelene Rogers/Art Directors & TRIP/Alamy Stock PhotoFake videos created by artificial intelligence may eventually help us communicate with people in other languages. Prajwal Renukanand at the International Institute of Information Technology in Hyderabad, India and colleagues have developed software that automatically translates a video…



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24 January 2020

By Donna Lu

Posters in India

India has 22 official languages

Helene Rogers/Art Directors & TRIP/Alamy Stock Photo

Fake videos created by artificial intelligence may eventually help us communicate with people in other languages.

Prajwal Renukanand at the International Institute of Information Technology in Hyderabad, India and colleagues have developed software that automatically translates a video of a person speaking in one language into another. It also matches their lip movements with the words in the translated language.

The deepfake software works by combining several different algorithms. Given a video of a person speaking, one AI recognises the words being spoken, and another translates the …

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